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Lower Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This view, taken down Lower Street looking south, has been greatly changed. This photograph was clearly taken before work began on turning Lower Street into a dual carriageway, as part of the by-pass ...

Harrison's Birthplace, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Taken at the rear of Major-General Thomas Harrison's Birthplace. Thomas Harrison was born in 1606 and became one of the countries leading army officers. He had a close relationship with Oliver Cromwell ...

Red Lion Square, Newcastle-under-Lyme

An oil painting by Henry Lark Pratt of Red Lion Square, that shows the close relation between the town and country at the time. The tower of St. Giles' church can be seen in the background. At this time ...

King Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

An oil painting of King Street, by Henry Lark Pratt. The view is looking down towards the centre of the town and the tower of St. Giles' Church can just be made out with a flag flying from the top of ...

The Chapel in Silverdale Cemetery, Newcastle-under-Lyme

An oil painting by Alan Scott, commissioned for the Millennium by Newcastle-under-Lyme Museum and Art Gallery. Silverdale Chapel still remained in the cemetery in 2002 and was built from tin.

A Town on Millennium Eve, Newcastle-under-Lyme

An oil painting by Tim Lloyd, commissioned for the Millennium by Newcastle-under-Lyme Museum and Art Gallery. The painting contains images of people celebrating Millennium's Eve in Newcastle and contains ...

View of Newcastle-under-Lyme from Clayton fields

A drawing of a panoramic view of Newcastle from Clayton, by J. Buckler. The close relation between the town and the countryside can be seen in this drawing, with livestock being kept on fields in the ...

Madeley Old Hall, Madeley

A drawing of Madeley Old Hall by M. Scott. The drawing is inscribed on the back, 'house at Madeley Staffordshire where Charles 1st stayed after Boscobel'. However Scott had the wrong man, it was actually ...

Orme Boys School, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A watercolour by an unknown nineteenth century artist of the Orme Boys' School. The Orme School was founded in about 1705 by Reverend Edward Orme, who was dissatisfied with Newcastle Grammar School, where ...

Red Lion Square, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A pencil and coloured wash by John Whessell. This drawing captures Red Lion Square in about the early 1840s. The coaching inn, The Three Tuns, can be seen on the left hand side, which had occupied this ...