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The Star Inn, Penkridge

The Star Inn stands on Market Place in Penkridge. The adjoining cottage with the tall gable to the right of this photograph has since been demolished.

The Manor House, Penkridge

The Manor House stands on the south side of Market Place. Inside the original timbers date from the late 16th or early 17th centuries, and there is a separate brick wing of the late 17th century.

The Manor House, Penkridge

The Manor House stands on the south side of Market Place. Inside the original timbers date from the late 16th or early 17th centuries, and there is a separate brick wing of the late 17th century.

The Windmill Inn, Gentleshaw

The Windmill Inn, Windmill Lane, Gentleshaw, is around 400 years old and generally known as Ye Olde Windmill Inn. On the left of this view are the remains of Gentleshaw Windmill.

The Perry School of Dance, Rugeley at Hawkesyard Priory

Pictured standing left to right: Brenda Tranter, Eileen Marshall, Denise Doran, Susan Large, Gloria Simpson and seated: Sandra Bull, Jeanne A Cruchley, Jennifer Hancox. They are all pupils of the Perry ...

The Chadwick Arms, Hill Ridware

This view of the Chadwick Arms in School Lane was taken by the junction with Uttoxeter Road in Hill Ridware in 1960. Most of the buildings in this view remain; however, the road layout at the junction ...

Talbot Street Junior School for Girls, Rugeley

Pupils of Talbot Street Junior School for Girls are gathered together with their Teacher Miss Astbury outside the school. Amongst those in this photograph and in no particular order are: Susan Preston, ...

Talbot Street Junior School for Girls, Rugeley

Pupils of Talbot Street Junior School for Girls are gathered together with their Teacher Mrs Canaway outside the school. Amongst those in this photograph and in no particular order are: Susan Preston, ...

Tipping Street, Stafford

A view of the rear of properties at the junction of Tipping Street and Eastgate Street taken from a derelict building on the site now occupied by the Magistrates Court.

Royal Mail Van, Stafford Pageant

A Morris 1000 Royal Mail delivery van decorated with balloons with a caricature of 'Postman Pat' waving from the back of the van.

Royal Mail Float, Stafford Pageant

A Stan Robinson haulage contractors' lorry decorated for the Stafford Pageant by the Royal Mail. The people in the photograph are Royal Mail employees dressed in fancy dress for the occasion.

Royal Mail Float, Stafford Pageant

A Stan Robinson haulage contractors' lorry decorated for the Stafford Pageant by the Royal Mail. The people in the photograph are Royal Mail employees dressed in fancy dress for the occasion.

Bridge Street, Stafford

Looking along Bridge Street towards Greengate Street from the junction with Newport Road. The Grapes public house is on the left and the recently completed Stafford Borough Council Civic Centre can be ...

Purbeck Street, Cobridge

The view along Purbeck Street (previously named George Street) from the corner with Leek New Road. There was a row of 16 terraced houses on the north side, with the brickworks of the Cobridge Brick & ...

Moorcroft Pottery, Sandbach Road, Cobridge

The Moorcroft factory on Sandbach Road in Cobridge with the winding gear of Sneyd Colliery in the background. William Moorcroft sold his art pottery to prestigious shops in London (Harrods and Liberty) ...

Jackson’s County Fruit Stores, Mill Street, Stafford

This photograph of Jackson’s County Fruit Stores in Mill Street, Stafford was taken shortly before it closed at the end of March 2018. It was reported in the Express and Star newspaper that Jackson’s ...

Cobridge Station and Moorcroft's Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent

A photograph looking northwards along Sandbach Road in Cobridge taken from the junction with Leek New Road. Moorcoft's pottery factory is in the centre, the home of the company since 1913. On the ...

Cobridge Brick & Tile Company fireclay pit, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking northwards across a flooded fireclay pit towards the skyline of Burslem. The photograph was taken from Sneyd Street. Leek New Road runs across the middle of the photograph and the ...