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The site of Springbank recreation ground, Burslem

Looking north across a reclaimed marl hole at the northern edge of Burslem Golf Course that has been infilled and converted to a recreation ground. The houses in the background are on Vickers Road and ...

St Paul's Church, Dalehall, Burslem

The east end of St Paul's Church from near the bottom of Hall Street showing the extensive 3 acre churchyard. Ellgreave Street is hidden behind the church, to the left are Sant Street and Globe Street. ...

Sadler's Wellington Pottery, Burslem

Nos 16 & 18, Market Place, Burslem, Sadler's Offices and Showroom opposite Burslem Town Hall. James Sadler, famous for the manufacture of earthenware teapots, operated the Wellington and Central Pottery ...

Norton Colliery spoil tip from Burslem Golf Course

The view south east from Burslem Golf Course over the Ford Green Valley towards Norton Colliery spoil tip. Running through the middle of the photograph is the embankment of the Biddulph Vally branch line, ...

Market Place, Burslem

Burslem Market Place on a dull day, viewed from Wedgwood Street. Burslem's old Town Hall is on the left and the black and white building in the distance is on the corner of St John's Square. The Potteries ...

MacIntyre Street, Burslem

MacIntyre Street runs east off Waterloo Road in Burslem, becoming Podmore Street at the bottom. The Phoenix Works of Meirswann Ltd is at the far end. The company, established in 1871, manufactured colours ...

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 ...

Greenbank Road,Tunstall

The photograph was taken from the junction of High Lane and Greenbank Road, looking west towards Tunstall. The building half seen on the extreme right hand side is an electricity sub-station built in ...

Hot Lane, Burslem

This is the view north east along Hot Lane from just beyond the loop Line railway bridge. In the background is the spoil tip of Sneyd Colliery and just visible, the aerial cableway used to move waste ...

Hall Street, Burslem

View south along Hall Street from Westport Road towards St Paul's churchyard at the bottom of the hill. The tower on the left belongs to the Roman Catholic Church of St. Joseph, a Grade II listed building. ...

Greenhead Street from Scotia Road, Burslem

Looking south west down Greenhead Street from the BycarsRoad/Scotia Road crossroads. Scotia Road runs from right to left, Bycars Road is behind the camera. On the extreme left hand side was the site of ...

Ford Green Brook Valley from Burslem Golf Course

The view south from the edge of Burslem Golf Course towards Smallthorne. Norton and Sneyd Colliery spoil tips are to the right edge. The large hole in the foreground belongs to Acres Wood Brickworks, ...

Cornhill and Norton from Burslem Golf Course

Looking eastwards from Burslem Golf Course over Cornhill and the northern part Norton. The bungalows being built in the foreground are on Canterbury Drive.

Chell Heath from Burslem Golf Course

Looking north from Burslem Golf Course towards the houses in Chell Heath. On the extreme left is Vickers Road and in the centre, the houses on Burnwood Place, Brockbank Place and Bishop Road. Off to the ...

Chatterley Whitfield and Fegg Hayes from Burslem Golf Course

The view north east from Burslem Golf Course towards Chell Heath, Fegg Hayes and Chatterley Whitfield spoil tip. To the right in front of the spoil tip is Burnwood School.

Burslem Town Hall

The eastern end of the old Town Hall in Burslem and, in front, the gardens that were laid out in the 1960s. This part of the old Market Square used to be the site of the Market Hall and after the gardens, ...

Burnwood School, Burslem

The view east from Burslem Golf Course towards Ball Green. In the foreground is Burnwood School. In the distance are the buildings of Ball Green Primary School. On the left is the spoil tip of Chatterley ...

Three bottle ovens at Acme Marls, Burslem

Seen from Cross Hill, the three buildings are all that remain of the Acme Marls site in Burslem. Built between 1937 and 1947, they are free standing circular hovels surrounding downdraught ovens. They ...