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Bull baiting collar, Kingswinford

A rope bull baiting collar attached to an iron chain and a severed length of rope which would have originally been about 30 feet or so (10 metres) in length. The collar is secured by an iron bolt. The ...

Wood carving of Hippocamp, Stafford Castle

A winged horse or 'Hippocamp' oak carving which formed part of the panling inside the Hall in Stafford Castle. The castle to the south-west of the town was built in the fourteenth century by Ralph ...

Construction of the Riverside Shopping Centre, Stafford

This photograph taken by South Walls, Stafford, shows groundwork and foundations being prepared for steel framework that would later be used in the construction of retail units forming part of a major ...

Old School House, Kinver

Originally built in the 16th century, incorporating an older building, this Grade II listed building is believed to have been used as the Old Grammar School from that time. It was extended in the 1830s ...

Ackers Crossing, near Mow Cop

A group of children adults are standing behind a picketed fence at the crossing keeper's house. Ackers Crossing is on the Stafford to Manchester line. In this photograph is Mr Clare who had one arm, ...

GEC ALSTHOM Employees, Charity Sponsored Run

On a grey Autumn morning in 1989 employees from the adjacent site of GEC ALSTHOM'S Distribution Services Division and the Site Services Division are pictured gathering on the car park of Lloyd’s Bank, ...

Demolition of the GE (General Electric) Main Works, Stafford

This view looks south-east towards Queensville and shows demolition work in progress at the former GE (General Electric) Main Works site on Lichfield Road, Stafford. At the time this picture was taken ...

Mr Browne, Headmaster, Clifton Campville

Mr C.H. Browne was headmaster at Clifton School from January 1874 until March 1920. Charles Herbert Browne entered the teaching profession as a pupil teacher at Shepton Mallet Boys' School in 1867. ...

Motor Cycle Mecca, Mill Street, Stafford

Motor Cycle Mecca had previously occupied a shop on Market Street, Stafford between 1945 and its demolition in 1963. The business then moved to this location at 38, Mill Street. The shop is currently ...

St. Michael’s Church, Penkridge

This postcard picture shows the interior of St. Michael and All Angels' Church which dates from the 13th century, and also has Decorated and late Perpendicular features. It was a Royal Collegiate Church, ...

St. Michael’s Church, Penkridge

This postcard picture shows the interior of St. Michael and All Angels' Church which dates from the 13th century, and also has Decorated and late Perpendicular features. It was a Royal Collegiate Church, ...

LMS Railway Line, Penkridge

This postcard view looks north from Bungham Lane bridge along the railway tracks towards Penkridge Station. The line was built by the Grand Junction Railway which opened in 1837. In 1846 it became ...

Views of Harlaston

A colour postcard of four views of Harlaston. Clockwise from top left: the Manor House, St. Matthew's Church, the White Lion public house; the Post Office. Published by Halcyon Cards of Bushey, ...

Drayton Lane, Drayton Bassett

The road to Drayton Bassett, near Fazeley, showing the boundary wall for Drayton Manor.

Bourne Brook, Fazeley

The Bourne Brook close to Drayton Manor, near Fazeley.

Spinney Bridge, Fazeley

Spinney Bridge on the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, near Fazeley and Drayton Bassett.

Clifton Mill, Clifton Campville

Clifton Mill is sited on the River Mease on Lullington Road, Clifton Campville, close to the county border with Derbyshire.

Hawthorne Cottage, Clifton Campville

Hawthorne Cottage in Church Street, Clifton Campville. The cottage, which still stands, is a Grade II listed late 16th century or early 17th century house with later additions.