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Apedale Hall, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Taken from a print entitled 'The Seat of Richard Edensor Heathcote Esquire'. In 1826 Richard Heathcote had Apedale Hall rebuilt in Elizabethan style.

Boon Hill, Audley

A view of Boon Hill taken by photographer Thomas Warham of Audley. The entrance to the cricket ground is on the site of the white cottage. Boon Hill was a hamlet settled by nailmakers in the eighteenth ...


Watercolour by Doris Brown of Butterton, a beautiful hamlet just outside Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Hougher Wall, Audley

This postcard of a photograph by Thomas Warham shows an area known as Hougher Wall. The name is preserved in the Hougher Wall Road. A 'hough' is a knoll or hill and 'wall' is a corruption of well.

Miles Green, Audley

This view by Thomas Warham looks towards Boon Hill and Peggy's Bank. Miles Green was formerly Mees Green. This name might come from the Old English for moss, mees; it may be a reference to the Mee family ...

The Brighton, Silverdale

The Brighton was the name given to a row of old stone cottages that were situated very close to St. Lukes Church and the railway line in Silverdale, Newcastle-under-Lyme. By the time this photograph was ...

The Hollows, Chesterton

General view of 'The Hollows' in Chesterton.

The White House, Clayton Road, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The 'White House' was owned by Alboin Birks, the ceramics artist. Later it became the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Madge and Tom Tivey. Tom Tivey served in Mesopotamia during World War One where ...

Wood Lane, Audley

A view of Wood Lane taken by Thomas Warham of Audley.The lane is a former route which links Audley with Woodhouse Farm, now Apedale Road.