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Leigh Rectory, Church Leigh

The Old Rectory is a Grade II listed building. It was built in the mid 18th century and remodelled in the mid 19th century. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

St. John the Baptist Church, Wetley Rocks

A view of the interior the nave and chancel of St. John the Baptist Church, a Grade II listed building built in 1834 to designs by James Trubshaw. In 1862 the village became a separate ecclesiastical ...

Wade Whimsies Crocodile

Wade Ceramics Ltd began making small porcelain 'Whimsies' figures in 1954. This is a later example of Wade’s ‘Crocodile’, manufactured as part of a series of 32 miniature animals commissioned for Brooke ...

Heywood Grange, Dilhorne

Heywood Grange, off Tickhill Lane, Dilhorne. A Grade II listed stone-built house dating from 1672 with 20th century additions. Photographed by William Blake of Longton.

Entrance porch, Heywood Grange, near Dilhorne

View of the porch and doorway of Heywood Grange, off Tickhill Lane, near Dilhorne. A Grade II listed stone-built house dating from 1672 with 20th century additions. Photographed by William Blake of ...

Heywood Grange, Dilhorne

Heywood Grange, off Tickhill Lane, Dilhorne. A Grade II listed stone-built house dating from 1672 with 20th century additions. Photographed by William Blake of Longton.

John Thomas Arlidge

Portrait of John Thomas Arlidge (1822-1899). Born Chatham, Kent, he became a member of the Royal College of Physicians in 1848. In 1862 he accepted a post as physician to the North Staffordshire Infirmary ...

Portrait of a clergyman

Lantern slide containing a portrait of a gentleman from the clergy. The identity of the subject is unknown but is possibly Rev. Reginald John Campbell (1867-1956). He was a Congregationalist minister,a ...

Thomas Carlyle

A copy of an 1874 photographic portrait of Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) the Scottish essayist, historian and philosopher. This image is from a collection of glass negatives and slides formerly belonging ...

Wetley Rocks Church

A view of Wetley Rocks Church, taken from a glass plate negative. Photographed by William Blake.

Wetley Rocks Church

A view of Wetley Rocks Church, taken from a glass plate negative. Photographed by William Blake.

Wetley Rocks

A village scene of Wetley Rocks, taken from a glass plate negative. Photographed by William Blake.

The Avenue, Wetley Rocks

A view taken at The Avenue, looking north along Cheadle Road, Wetley Rocks. The avenue of trees no longer exists. Photographed by William Blake.

The Avenue, Wetley Rocks

A view looking north along Cheadle Road, Wetley Rocks. The avenue of trees no longer exists. Photographed by William Blake.

The Avenue, Wetley Rocks

A view looking north along Cheadle Road, Wetley Rocks. The avenue of trees no longer exists. Photographed by William Blake.

Alexander Scrivener

Alerxander Scrivener (1852-1921) was an architect and partner of R. Scrivener & Sons. Their offices and family home stood on Wellesley Street, Shelton, Stoke on Trent. He was a member of the North Staffordshire ...

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 ...