Jolly Potters Public House, Hartshill Road, Hartshill

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Description:This is a plan of the Jolly Potters pub in Hartshill, Stoke. the plans show the pub as it was in 1910. The Jolly Potters is still trading in Hartshill today.
Diagrams (clockwise from top left):
- Front of building showing the Jolly Potters sign and the windows etched with 'Bass's Ales'
- Side of the building. The style of the lantern can clearly be seen
- Cellar floor plan showing the gutter and barrel drop
- Overhead view of the pub showing the gardens, yard and skittle alley
- First floor plan showing the three bedrooms
- Ground floor plan iwth the vaults, smoke room, serving counter and serving hatch.

This diagram was created in 1982 during the Stoke-on-Trent Historic Building Survey and is reproduced by kind permission of HMSO.

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Source: The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

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