Bucknall Hospital, Cliveden Road, Bucknall

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Date:October 1964

Description:The back of some of the ward buildings of Bucknall Isolation Hospital as seen looking south from Cliveden Road.
Bucknall Hospital dates from 1886 and was created specifically to treat infectious disease such as smallpox. Later it became a general isolation hospital. By the 1950s, the hospital focussed on geriatric cases and was eventually closed in 2012. The buildings have been demolished to make way for mixed types of housing.

Cliveden Road dates from after the Second World War.

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Creators: Mr Bert Bentley - Creator

Image courtesy of: Stoke on Trent City Archives.

Donor ref:SD1480/187-13 (204/38832)

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