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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.
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Staffordshire Past TrackFriday, March 24th, 2017 at 5:07pm
Father-and-son magicians Fred and Andrew Van Buren pictured performing at Silverdale Carnival, 1990. Andrew is a well-known illusionist and plate-spinner with countless tv appearances under his belt and was born in Silverdale. From the collections of Staffordshire Record Office.
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Staffordshire Past TrackWednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 4:49pm
Redhill Bank Brickworks and Railway Station, Rocester, 1902. The land was later taken over by JCB, who built a large factory on the site. Image from the collections of Redfern's Cottage: Museum of Uttoxeter Life
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Staffordshire Past TrackMonday, March 20th, 2017 at 4:42pm
Milk being delivered to the Rugeley Times offices at 3 Bow Street, Rugeley in the 1970s. The Rugeley Times was founded in November 1926 by Mr. Everard Frank Pope, a year after he had set up the Walsall Times. The newspaper closed in 1985. Photograph courtesy of the Birmingham Post and the Landor Society.
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Staffordshire Past TrackSaturday, March 18th, 2017 at 4:00pm
Can England complete a second successive Grand Slam today, or will Ireland spoil their party? Pictured here, celebrating success in the Midlands Rugby Sevens Tournament in 1959, is RAF Stafford's victorious Rugby Union team.
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Staffordshire Past TrackThursday, March 16th, 2017 at 4:31pm
A view of the Toll House at Forsbrook, which stood at the corner of Dilhorne Road and Cheadle Road, taken in the late 1950s. It was built by the Cheadle Turnpike Trust in 1838 at a cost of £18.10s.0d. on the Blythe Marsh to Thorpe road. It closed as a toll house in 1878 and was sold as a private residence. The house was demolished in 1959 for road widening.
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Staffordshire Past TrackTuesday, March 14th, 2017 at 9:57am
The Women's Land Army took on its first recruits in March 1917. Here members of the WLA are pictured in the Market Square, Stafford being presented with good service badges by Lady Gaunt and Mrs Levett, Chairwoman of the Women's War Agricultural Committee.