Ladywell Road, Tunstall

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Date:January 1964

Description:The camera is looking north east along Ladywell Road (originally named Sneyd Street) from near the junction with High Street. The large white fronted building in the centre is the old Salvation Army Citadel and the chimney in the distance belonged to the Grenville Pottery on George Street.

The view today is very different. With a few exceptions all the buildings have been demolished. The building on the right hand edge is still there and part of the Globe Inn, the building on the extreme left still stands and is a store and the Salvation Army hall is still there although with a different use. The area has been cleared, Ladywell road cut in two and redeveloped with houses and open space.

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Creators: Mr Bert Bentley - Creator

Image courtesy of: Stoke on Trent City Archives.

Donor ref:SD1480/078-02 (204/34845)

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