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Boyce Adams shop, Piccadilly, Hanley

Boyce Adams' grocers shop at 32 Piccadilly dates from 1877. In 1962 the company had eleven other shop in the Potteries, with branches as far afield as Alsager and Congleton. The top floor was a café ...

Bottle ovens and chimney at George L Ashworth Bros. Ltd., Hanley

This is a view of the bottle ovens and chimney of Ashworth's works from the rear entrance in Morley Street. George Ashworth & Bros manufactured ironstone, earthenware and ivory ware at the Broad Street ...

Biscuit barrel

Biscuit barrel by Staffordshire Potteries. Staffordshire Potteries were formed in 1950 out of the Keele Street Pottery Group. They made mugs, kitchen and dinner ware at their factory on the former Meir ...

Kitchen ware

'Alton' pattern kitchen ware by Staffordshire Potteries. Staffordshire Potteries were formed in 1950 out of the Keele Street Pottery Group. They made mugs, kitchen and dinner ware at their factory on ...

Cup, saucer and plate

Trio by Staffordshire Potteries. Staffordshire Potteries were formed in 1950 out of the Keele Street Pottery Group. They made mugs, kitchen and dinner ware at their factory on the former Meir Airport ...

The Limes Maternity Hospital, Hartshill Road, Stoke-on-Trent

The Limes was used as a maternity block for the main North Staffs Royal Infirmary. The building was originally Longfields, Minton's home, and became the North Staffordshire Cripples' Aid Society Hospital ...

The Hall Field Works, Festing Street, Hanley

This is a view east along Festing Street towards Hanley. The Hall Field Works is the building to the right, and was built in 1882 by Whittaker & Co. and produced earthenware. It later became part of Richards ...

St. Mark's Mission Church, Clough Street, Hanley

St. Mark's Mission Church was built on Tinkersclough at the north end of Mount Pleasant, later part of Clough Street. The Mission Church was built around 1912 and replaced a neighbouring Mission Hall ...

Horse tram in Hope Street, Hanley

The sketch shows "Queen", the horse drawn tram running between Hanley and Burslem as it passes Enoch Bennett's draper's shop. Enoch Bennett was Arnold's father and ran a draper's shop at 90-92 Hope Street, ...

Potteries Motor Traction Company (PMT) depot, Clough Street, Hanley

The PMT depot was towards the eastern end of Clough Street, Hanley. The main garage building has been replaced but the entrance and frontage survives, minus the clock tower. The depot in Clough street ...

Howson's Sanitary ware, Lichfield Street, Hanley

The photograph shows the rear entrance to George Howson's Sanitary ware works in Lichfield Street, Hanley. George Howson set up his Eastwood Sanitary Works in Hanley in 1865-67 backing onto the Caldon ...

Grove Secondary School, Northwood, Hanley

Grove Secondary School is on Keelings Road between Turner Street (in the photograph) and Myatt Street (to the left, out of shot). The school arose out of the reorganisation of city schools in 1932, using ...

Eastwood Pottery, Lichfield Street, Hanley

The photograph shows a view south along Lichfield Street towards Joiners Square and the Caldon Canal. Johnson Brothers' Eastwood Pottery occupies almost all of the left hand side of the road. It is now ...

Eastwood Road bridge and Johnson's Pottery, Caldon Canal, Hanley

This is a view north from the Albion Bridge over the Caldon Canal on Eastwood Road, hanley. To the left is the Johnson Brothers Hanley Works. Just out of the photograph to the right is another Johnson ...

Broom Street, Hanley

A view west along Broom Street in Northwood, Hanley. The photograph is taken from the Tierney Street (formerly Cobden Street) corner and the next road on the left is John Bright Street. The terraced houses ...

Denbigh Street and Lowther Street, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent

A view eastwards along the back alley between Lowther Street (to the left) and Denbigh Street (to the right). In the far distance, on the horizon, can be seen the tower of St John's Church on Town Road, ...

The Police Station, High Street, Goldenhill, Stoke-on-Trent

The Police Station in Goldenhill was near the corner of High Street and Dale Street (now realigned and named Albert Street). The site has been redeveloped for housing.

The Old Vicarage, Hanford

The photograph shows the house and garden of The Old Vicarage in Hanford. It was built by W. Tellwright and for many years, from the 1920s, it was the residence of Mrs Tellwright. It is now the site of ...