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Portrait, Unknown Subject. Photographed by William Blake.

Portrait of a lady. The identity of the subject is unknown.

Ivy Cottage, Moddershall

View of a lady and child outside Ivy Cottage, near the junction with Marlpit Lane, Moddershall. The house still stands but has lost its covering of ivy and has been considerably modernised. Photographed ...

Moddershall village

A view of Moddershall village, looking north. In the distance there is a part view of the School and on the right the Post Office. Also on the right note the water-pump. Several of these buildings remain ...

Cheadle Road, Draycott-in-the-Moors

Looking north along Cheadle Road towards the junction with Uttoxeter Road in Draycott-in-the-Moors. The outbuilding to the left still stands but has been converted into single-storey garages. Outside ...

The Rectory, Draycott-in-the-Moors

The Rectory, Draycott-in-the-Moors. This Grade II listed building was built in the 18th century and has early and late 19th century alterations. Photograph by William Blake of Longton.

Uttoxeter Road, Draycott-in-the-Moors

Looking east along Uttoxeter Road in Draycott-in-the Moors close to the junction with Cheadle Road. On the right is the Post Office and furtjher on to the left is the Draycott Arms public house which ...

Cheadle Road, Draycott-in-the-Moors

Village scene including a man at work near the junction with Cheadle Road and Uttoxeter Road, Draycott-in-the-Moors. On the left is the Draycott Arms public house which closed in 2022 and is now (2023) ...

Rose Cottage, Draycott-in-the-Moors

A cottage, footbridge, ford and stream off Cheadle Road at Draycott-in-the-Moors. The cottage is now known as Rose Cottage. Photographed by William Blake of Longton.

Uttoxeter Road, Draycott-in-the-Moors

Village scene taken at Draycott-in-the-Moors looking east along Uttoxeter Road. The tearrace of cottaghes on the left has been demolished. The building on the right was the Post Office and still stands. Photograph ...

Rectory and Church Tower, Draycott-in-the-Moors

Village scene including the Rectory and St. Margaret's Church tower at Draycott-in-the-Moors. Photographed by William Blake Of Longton.

Stansmore Hall, Dilhorne

Stansmore Hall farm house, Tickhill Lane, Dilhorne. A large Grade II listed 17th century farmhouse with minor mid-19th century alterations. Also known as Stansmoor and, more recently, Stanmore. Photographer: ...

The Miner's Arms, Packmoor?

View of the bar on permanent display in the local history gallery at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery. The display is a recreation of a Victorian bar room in Tunstall. However, residents of the ...

The Miner's Arms, Packmoor.

Customers and landlord William Henry Smith (right) at The Miner's Arms in Mellor Street, Packmoor, around the late 1950s. Part of Packmoor medical centre grounds now occupy the space where this pub ...

The Miner's Arms, Packmoor.

Constance Smith behind the bar at The Miner's Arms in Mellor Street, Packmoor, circa 1960. Part of Packmoor medical centre grounds now occupy the space where this pub once stood. The bar area was ...

The Miner's Arms, Packmoor.

Cyril Smith behind the bar at The Miner's Arms in Mellor Street, Packmoor, around the late 1950s. Part of Packmoor medical centre grounds now occupy the space where this pub once stood. The bar ...

The Miner's Arms, Packmoor.

Landlord William Henry Smith behind the bar at The Miner's Arms in Mellor Street, Packmoor, around the late 1950s. Part of Packmoor medical centre grounds now occupy the space where this pub once stood. The ...

The Miner's Arms, Packmoor.

Constance Smith behind the bar at The Miner's Arms in Mellor Street, Packmoor, around the late 1950s. Part of Packmoor medical centre grounds now occupy the space where this pub once stood. The ...

Caverswall Lane, Blythe Bridge

Village scene including houses and two young girls. Photographer: William Blake of Longton