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Parker's Terrace, Brick Kiln Lane, Stoke-on-Trent

Parker's Terrace was a row of 14 terraced houses at the north end of Brick Kiln Lane (numbers 165 to 191) close to Etruria Road. Just to the left of the houses was Kirkland's Albion Pottery. These houses ...

Parkfield House, Prince's Road, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent

Parkfield House stands on the corner of Prince's Road and Yoxall Avenue. This house was the first villa built on Prince's Road, in 1860-61. Prince's Road was planned in the late 1850s to link Penkhull ...

Parkhall Colliery

Part of Parkhall Colliery alongside the mineral line, the Adderley Green and Bucknall branch line. In the photograph is the winding gear for the shaft and the "screens", where coal was sorted from stone. ...

Parkhall Colliery

The surface buildings and spoil tips of Parkhall Colliery. The trackway to the top of the tip is very clear. Opened in 1862, the colliery worked three main seams: Bowling Alley, Holly Lane and Hard ...

Parliament Row, Hanley.

This scene shows a billposter outside Woolworth & Co. Ltd around the late fifties or early sixties. The poster advertises the play 'Subway in the Sky', which was showing at the Odeon cinema where Frederick ...

Parliament Square and Hanley meat market

The old Hanley meat market from Parliament Square with Webberley's store in the background. Built in 1831 in classical style with Roman style Doric doorways, the old meat market building is now grade ...

Parsonage Street, Tunstall

This is a view eastwards along Parsonage Street from the corner of Hawes Street/Summerbank Road. At the bottom is High Street. In the far distance is the conical spoil tip of Chatterley Whitfield Colliery. The ...

Peep into a Potter's Kiln

Lantern slide with a view of a hot kiln interior. Photographed by William Blake. This lantern slide appears to be one of a group used for a presentation or slide show by Blake entitled “Staffordshire ...

Penkhull Church School, Penkhull

The Church School in Penkhull stood at the top of Trentham Road (now Trent Valley Road), just south of the church. It was known as St Thomas's School in the 1880s. Originally opened as a mixed National ...

Penkhull First School, Princes Road, Stoke

Penkhull First School was constructed in 1896. This school has a bell tower with decorated stone carvings around the top and a pyramidical roof.

Penkhull New Road, Penkhull

The houses inn the photograph are part of a terrace of five pairs of late Victorian houses just on the brow of Penkhull New Road. The photograph was taken from the corner of Sillitoe Place. Between each ...

Penkhull New Road, Penkhull

Looking down the lower part of Penkhull New Road towards its junction with London road in Stoke. Behind the fence on the left is the site of W Kirkham's earthenware pottery now the site of Portmeirion ...

Penkhull New Road, Penkhull

Penkhull New Road, Stoke. This steep hill climbs to the ancient village of Penkhull. The view is of the town of Stoke and its potworks. In the distance is a large pit mound, probably belonging to Berry ...

Penkhull Square courtyard, Penkhull

Penkhull Square was a development of workingman's cottages built by Josiah Spode II around 1800. The square, demolished in the 1960s, was on the west side of Trent Valley Road where Jeremy Close is today. ...

Penkhull Square, Penkhull

Penkhull Square was a courtyard of 20 cottages south of Penkhull Church on Trent Valley Road (formerly Trentham Road). The cottages were demolished in the 1960s and stood where the bungalows on Jeremy ...

Penkville Street, Boothen, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking north east from London Road along Penkville Street towards the heights of Penkhull and the houses on Hunter's Way. This is the area known as Stokeville. The terraced houses on both sides of the ...

Phoenix Inn, 26 Liverpool Road, Stoke

This public house was built between 1848 and 1878 and has two storeys with various outbuildings. There is a yard and cellar to the rear of the building.

Phoenix Works, King Street, Longton

In the centre is the Phoenix Works on King Street in Longton. This photograph was taken from outside Wagstaff & Brunt's old Richmond Pottery, with Longton Railway Bridge just visible in the far distance. ...