On Staffordshire Past Track you can explore Staffordshire's history through photographs, images, maps and documents, using a range of easy to use search tools.

Past Track is managed by Staffordshire County Council's Archives & Heritage Service.

About us

Find out more about the Past track project

GPS Location Explorer

Mobile users view resources near your current position

Staffordshire in depth

Explore standalone content created for Past Track

Purchase

Information about buying prints and commercial re-use

Contact us

Our online form, phone number and postal address.

Get involved

Content to share or local knowledge, get in touch!

Archives & Heritage on Twitter


Latest updates from Facebook

Staffordshire Past Track

On Staffordshire Past Track you can explore photographs, images, film clips, maps and audio clips using a range of easy to use search tools. You can also visit a range of on-line exhibitons on aspects of Staffordshire's history. Managed by Staffordshire County Council's Archives & Heritage Service.
Staffordshire Past Track
Staffordshire Past TrackFriday, June 24th, 2016 at 6:48pm
Soldiers at Patshull Hall Rehabilitation Centre. The Centre gained a worldwide reputation for its physiotherapy results, and Australia and Sweden sent persons to be trained there. It continued to be used as an Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Hospital by Wolverhampton Area Health Authority into the 1980s. Image courtesy of Peter Leigh and Ian Fallon.
13 1 1    View on Facebook
Staffordshire Past Track
Staffordshire Past TrackWednesday, June 22nd, 2016 at 5:46pm
A narrowboat loaded with limestone leaving Froghall Wharf on the Caldon Canal in about 1910. This is one of a number of images of the Trent & Mersey Canal network being added to the Staffordshire Past Track website www.staffspasttrack.org.uk
70 2 19    View on Facebook
Staffordshire Past Track
Staffordshire Past Track added 2 new photos.Monday, June 20th, 2016 at 1:55pm
Pictured in 1974, this shop with offices above belonged to Frederick H. Burgess, Agricultural Engineers and Ironmongers, at The Green in Stafford. To the right there is construction work in progress on an extension of the building. This building, along with several others on the site was demolished in 2002. The site was formerly occupied by Eley's Brewery.
4 2 4    View on Facebook
Staffordshire Past Track
Staffordshire Past TrackSaturday, June 18th, 2016 at 5:50pm
Alders Paper Mill staff are here seen wearing paper cotumes with their float containing a 7 mile long roll of paper, ready for the Tamworth Carnival in about 1930. Alders Paper Mill was founded by Quakers and was in production for about 200 years under various names. From Tamworth Castle Museum collections.
18 1    View on Facebook
Staffordshire Past Track
Staffordshire Past TrackThursday, June 16th, 2016 at 6:46pm
Newcastle-under-Lyme's ring road may not be a thing of beauty, but this photograph of the High Street in the early 1960s perhaps explains why it was needed. From the Brampton Museum's collections.
34 4 22    View on Facebook