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Louise Street, Burslem

The camera is looking south west along Louise Street from close to its junction with High Lane. At the bottom is Lorne Street and the Port Vale FC ground (Vale Park). The tops of three floodlights are ...

Minton's Cottages, Hartshill Road, Stoke-on-Trent

In the centre of the photograph are a group of three cottages (numbers 289 to 293) on Hartshill Road which form part of a longer terrace. At the far end is number 287 which was the former Hartshill Institute. ...

Moss Hill, Stockton Brook

Edgefields Hall is a large house on Edgefield Lane, Moss Hill in Stockton Brook. According to Bert Bentley, the Victorian house was once the home to a "local toffee king".

Mount Street, Northwood, Hanley

The camera is looking north eastwards along Mount Street inn the Northwood area of Hanley. Oak Street is the road running across the bottom. The then open space in the distance is Birches Head. Most ...

Oakamoor railway station

Oakamoor railway station, pictured during the 1950s. Designed by A.W.N. Pugin, this style of architecture was a signature of the North Staffordshire Railway. Varying examples of outstanding NSR ...

Oakamoor railway station

Oakamoor railway station lies disused and overgrown in summer 1973. Designed by A.W.N. Pugin, this style of architecture was a signature of the North Staffordshire Railway. Varying examples of outstanding ...

Park Terrace, Tunstall

Park terrace runs along the northern side of the War Memorial Gardens. Park Terrace is part of a Conservation Area in Tunstall. Park Terrace was built around1893 to face the recreation ground (now the ...

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 ...

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 ...

Pynest Street, Shelton

Looking east along Pynest Street towards Howard Place and Stoke Road. The terraced houses date from the second half of the 19th Century. These houses have gothic style doors and windows with Minton tiles ...

Stanley House, Primrose Hill. Hanford

Stanley House was built in 1840 by William Tellwright, brick manufacturer. The majority of the building has been demolished, only the section behind the pillared wall with the porch remains. The two sections ...

Stoke City FC, Victoria Ground

The view south along Butler Street to the Butler Street Stand entrance to the Victoria Ground. The stand is visible beyond the gates. This is the route many supporters took to the ground from Stoke. ...

Stoke upon Trent Town Hall, Glebe Street

This 1904 view along Glebe Street shows on the left, St Peter's Cambers, the Town Hall and the Glebe public house. The road between St Peter's Chambers (now demolished) and the Town Hall became Kingsway. ...

Stoke upon Trent Town Hall, Glebe Street.

This view north along Glebe Street was taken around 1900. Stoke Town Hall is on the left, the façade is much as today. To the right behind the tree is the corner of Brook Street. In the centre directly ...

The Boulevard,Tunstall

The camera is looking east along The Boulevard (formerly Station Road) from just opposite the Memorial Gardens and Tunstall Library is the large building on the right. Greengates Street is off to the ...

The Knoll, Penkhull

The Knoll is a detached villa like house on the corner of Bakewell Street and Trent Valley road in Penkhull. When the house was built in the middle of the 19th century, Bakewell Street was known as Minton ...

The rear of houses on Picton Street, Hanley

This photograph was taken from the corner of Botteslow Street and Commercial Road in Hanley. Commercial Road runs across the bottom of the photograph and becomes Nelson Road. Picton Street was one of ...