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Farm House. Unknown Location. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape with a view of a farm house. Unknown Location.

Farm, Normacot

Possibly Mill House Farm on Watery Lane.

Farmhouse on Gorsey Bank, Stoke-on-Trent

The Georgian farmhouse stood at the junction of Ball Green Lane (now called Gorsey Bank) and Woodhouse Lane (off to the right). The original buildings are part of Ball Green Farm, although the building ...

Feeding the chickens at a farm, Normacot

Possibly Mill House Farm.

Fenton Manor Farm from Victoria Road, fenton

The farm buildings are visible to the left. The land adjacent to the road has been commercialised and industrialised and the land behind used for a school, college and sports complex.

Fenton Manor House Farm, Fenton

Looking east across Fenton Manor Farm, with the farm buildings to the right and Berry Hill Colliery spoil tip to the left. Much of this land has been given over to a school, college and sports complex. The ...

Fenton Park Road, Fenton

In the background is Park Farm, Park Farm Cottage, and the White House. In the foreground are workshops etc connected to the farm. All of these buildings are substantially intact in 2020.

Fenton Park, Fenton

These cottages at Fenton Park were built to house employees of a nearby colliery. They are still standing and occupied. (2020).

Fir Tree Farm, Ball Green, Stoke-on-Trent

The farmhouse and outbuildings at Fir Tree Farm just off Whitfield Road in Ball Green. The stone house and cottage in the centre of the photograph date from the early 17th century and are grade II listed ...

Fir Tree Farm, Ball Green, Stoke-on-Trent

Fir Tree farmhouse is just south of Whitfield Road in Ball Green. The farmhouse and it adjoining cottage date from the early 17th century and are grade II listed buildings. A farm has probably been on ...

Flatts Road, Norton-in-the-Moors

The shop was Knypersley Road stores on the corner of Knypersley Road and The Flatts Road in Norton. It was a tobacconist, sweet shop and grocer with a fine selection of 1960s adverts. The houses and shop ...

Ford Green Farm Cottage, Ford Green Road, Spragg House Lane

This detached three storey farm house is built in red brick and was constructed before 1832. It has a pitched and tiled roof with two raised brick chimney stacks. The single sash windows have plain stone ...

Ford Green Hall, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows the front and east side of Ford Green Hall, a 17th century timber framed farmhouse with a brick wing, now a museum. The house was built in 1624 for the Ford family, local farmers, ...

Ford Green Hall, Stoke-on-Trent

Ford Green Hall dates from the 17th century and was originally a timber framed yeoman farmer's house belonging to the Ford family, who farmed 36 acres. Today the house is a museum and surrounded by period ...

Furnace Farm, Fenton Park, Fenton

Furnace Farm was also known as Bailey's Farm and was on a lane that lead northwards off Fenpark Road. The name comes from nearby old iron furnaces. the two outbuildings on the right are thought to have ...

Furnace Farm, Fenton Park, Fenton

Furnace Farm was also known as Bailey's Farm and was on a lane that lead northwards off Fenpark Road. The name comes from nearby old iron furnaces. the two outbuildings on the right are thought to have ...

Goldenhill Farm, Fenton

Goldenhill Farm was on the west side of Goldenhill Road, sandwiched between Ludbrook Road to the north and The Old Penny public house to the south. The house in the centre of the photograph was originally ...

Great Hartwell Farm, Rough Close

View of a Great Hartwell Farm, a moated farm at Rough Close, near Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Photographed by William Blake.