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Sandyford from Little Chell Lane, Little Chell

The photograph was taken looking westwards from the top of Little Chell Lane. The panorama includes Sandyford to the right with the, now demolished, spire of Christ Church, Tunstall towards the left edge. ...

Salvation Army Citadel, Tunstall

The Salvation Army Citadel stood on the corner of Ladywell Road (formerly Sneyd Street) and Harewood Street. The building was originally Tunstall's first theatre (The Prince of Wales), opened in 1865. ...

Madison Street, Tunstall

The building in the centre of the photograph is the old Christ Church National School, built in 1839 and enlarged in 1871. It subsequently became the Parish Hall. Madison Street was formerly King Street. ...

Looking towards the west from Little Chell Lane, Little Chell

The camera is pointing northwest from the top of Little Chell Lane. The buildings on the right are William Southerne Catholic Secondary School (now St Margaret Ward Academy) and the houses in the foreground ...

Looking over Tunstall from Little Chell

The view over Tunstall from the higher ground of Little Chell. The photograph was taken from the junction of Little Chell Lane and Scott Road looking south west. The spire on the horizon is probably Christ ...

Lascelles Street, Tunstall

This is the view looking east along Lascelles Street (formerly known as Victoria Terrace) towards High Street in Tunstall. The building on the right was a Methodist New Connexion Chapel built in 1857. ...

Grindley's Woodland Pottery, Tunstall

W H Grindley's Woodland Pottery in Lower Woodland Street. The photograph was taken from Lambert Street (known as Garden Street until the 1950s). In the 1990's the area was redeveloped, the pottery was ...

Ladywell Road, Tunstall

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 ...

Smithy Lane, Longton

Photograph taken from Market Street. The Market Street works were believed to be the oldest potbank in Longton and were founded by the Cyples family in about 1784. Cyples were succeeded by Thomas Barlow ...

Three Horse Shoes Inn, High Street, Tunstall

The Three Horse Shoes public house was on High Street, Tunstall between Madison Street (then called King Street) and Bank Street, and was a Joules pub. The building to its right was the registered office ...

The Wheatsheaf Hotel, High Street, Tunstall

The Wheatsheaf stands on High Street, just north of the A50 roundabout. The hotel has a long history, appearing in early 19th century directories for Tunstall, but may be much earlier. The present High ...

The Globe Inn and High Street, Tunstall

The Globe Inn stands on the corner of High Street and Ladywell Road (left). On the other side is Lambert Street with Highgate Secondary Modern School on the corner. Further up High Street, the large building ...

Meakin's Newfield Pottery, Tunstall

Alfred Meakin's Newfield Pottery stood on High Street between Tunstall and Sandyford in the area known as Newfield. Just to the right of the photograph were Newfield Sidings, at the end of the Newfield ...

Keele Street, Tunstall

Looking east along Keele Street from just off High Street, Tunstall. The white building beyond William Boulton, Industrial Plasterers and Fibreglass is the old Keele Street Pottery with an oven and a ...

Highgate School, Tunstall

Highgate Secondary Modern school stood on the corner of Lambert Street and High Street, Tunstall. The building was originally Highgate junior and infants school until reorganisation in 1929, although ...

High Street, Tunstall

The photograph was taken from close to Christ Church (on the left), looking south towards the centre of the town. On the right, on the corner of King Street (now renamed Madison Street) is The Cheshire ...

Boote's Ceramic Tiles Ltd, High Street, Tunstall

T & R Boote's ceramic tile works was on High Street to the north of Tunstall town centre. In the distance is the bell tower and spire of Christ Church. The spire has since been removed. The company ...

Ladywell Road, Tunstall

In the centre of the photograph are buildings numbered 20 to 26 Ladywell Road (originally Sneyd Street) awaiting demolition in the 1960s. This is the southern end of Ladywell Road, close to the junction ...