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Bank House Farm, Hanford

The photograph shows the house and buildings of Bank House Farm, part of The Sutherland Estate. The farm was at the southern end of Bankhouse Road in Hanford. Anthony Rawlins born 1873 bought the farm ...

Blurton Waste Farm outbuildings

The outbuildings consisted of cow sheds, stables, pig styes, barns for storing corn, grain, turnips, straw and hay. There was a blacksmith's shop, a granary, a tool shed, a shed for housing the steam ...

Knowl Wall Farm, Swynnerton

This photograph of Knowl Wall farm appeared in the Sutherland Estate Sale catalogue, October 21st 1919. At the time the tenant was Mr S V Prestwood.

Landscape, Unknown. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape including farm buildings and trees. Unknown location.

Lester's Farm and Sand Hills, Normacot

Mill House Farm, Watery Lane was also known as Lester's Farm after the family which lived there. Photograph taken looking west. The farm's stockyard is in the foreground.

Looking west from Hollywall Lane, Goldenhill

The view west from Hollywall Lane over the entrance to the old Harecastle railway tunnel. The houses in the foreground are on Boathorse Road (or Lane) and beyond the house and barns of Yeld Hill Farm. ...

Penkhull Farm, Penkhull

The duck pond and outbuildings of Penkhull Farm. According to Bert Bentley (the photographer), the horse was "Faithful Mick", one of the last remaining working farm horses. Although much patched up, most ...

Rectory Farm, Checkley. Photographed by William Blake.

The Rectory Farm, Checkley, Staffordshire.

Trotting cart at Mill Farm, Abbey Hulton

The photograph shows George B (the horse) in a sulky horse racing chariot with the driver, Ann Whieldon. A sulky is a lightweight two-wheeled cart with just a driver's seat. According to Bert Bentley ...