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Alcester. Group of workers

A group of workers, possibly with the District Council, Alcester. 1900s

Atherstone. Alders Mill

View of the outbuildings at Alders Mill, showing the overall dilapidated condition of the roofs and brickwork. 1950s

Atherstone. Alders Mill

Alders Mill at Atherstone, showing the dilapidated state of the building, although the left hand side is still inhabited. 1950s

Baddesley Ensor. Knacker's yard

Knacker's Yard in derelict state, Baddesley Ensor. 1990s


A tool for drilling heavy wood. It is made from a long wooden pole which is pierced by an iron rod. The iron rod is joined to an iron cog wheel with a drill bit at its centre. The separate parts are connected ...

English Coalbrook Dale Token

English copper Token, 1792 Diameter 30mm The obverse features the inscription 'IRON BRIDGE AT COALBROOK DALE/ 1792' with an image of the bridge with a boat going under it. Above is written 'ERECTED/ ...

Flavel's Factory, Leamington Spa

A colour transparency of a Sidney Flavel's factory building in Leamington Spa.

Glass Pen

This glass pen topped with a white rabbit was made by Chance Brothers of Smethwick. In 1832 Chance Brothers was the first company in Britain to adopt the cylinder method of producing sheet glass. The ...

Hand Drill

This hand drill is made of wood. It has a brass mounting at one end for fitting a drill bit.

Hand Drill

This wooden hand drill has a brass mounting for a drill bit at the bottom. The letter 'S' has been carved on one side. The base of the drill is stamped with 'Fenn, Newgate Street'.

Haselor. Old cider mill

The Old Cider Mill, Haselor. 1910

Ilmington. Crab Mill

The Crab Mill, Ilmington. 1920s

Leamington Industrial Exhibition Medal

This silver coloured medal presented in a square black box was issued for the Leamington Industrial Exhibition by A. Tomes in 1898.

Leamington Spa. Buckle's Laboratory

Building at end of garden of No 5 Beauchamp Square, Leamington Spa, built by Samuel Buckle. Probably to be used as a photographic studio or scientific laboratory. 1880s

Leamington Spa. Courier Press exterior

"The Courier Press" building, Bedford Street, Leamington Spa. 22nd January 1937

Leamington Spa. Flavel's Windsor cooking range

Print of the Windsor cooking range by Flavel. 1900s

Leamington Spa. Leam Terrace

Leam Terrace, Leamington. White and Co. Upholstery and Cabinet Making. 1900s

Leamington Spa. Radclyffe & Co. Imperial Stove Co.

View of factory of Radclyffe Co. The Imperial Stove Company. 1936 [It is suggested that Radclyffe and Co. were taken over by Flavels sometime between 1901 and 1912. The building just seen on the right ...