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Old Art School, London Road, Stoke-on-Trent

In the foreground is the Herbert Minton building, formerly Stoke School of Science and Art, later just School of Art. The building dates from around 1853 and was erected as a monument to the potter Herbert ...

Wiltshaw and Robinson's Pottery, Carlton Works, Copeland Street, Stoke upon Trent

Wiltshaw & Robinson were founded in 1890, renamed as Carlton Ware in 1958 before the factory closed in 1989. The company produced a very wide range of table and ornamental earthenwares. The Carlton ware ...

Ashwood, Longton

This is a view west along Ashwood towards Friar Street with Manse Street off to the left with Manse Close just visible beyond. The Victorian housing has been demolished and redeveloped. There are three ...

Up platform, Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station

The view from the south end of the up (southbound) platform of Stoke Station. The photograph was taken before electrification in 1967, and before the four tracks were reduced to two. On the right of the ...

Down platform, Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station

A view from the down (northbound) platform of Stoke Station. The photographer noted that "smoke from (steam) engines makes it dull". Soon after the photograph was taken, the lines were electrified (1967) ...

Date tablet, Harpfields Junior School, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent

Harpfields County Junior School opened in 1872 in corrugated iron buildings. It was originally Kingscroft Board School and the buildings in the photograph opened in 1875. Sited on the corner of Palmers ...

Harpfields Infants School, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows the front of Harpfields Infants School on Hartshill Road. The building stood on the corner of Hartshill Road and Palmers Green. Harpfields County Infants School opened in 1872. It ...

Congregational Chapel, Caroline Street, Longton

The photograph shows the date tablet for the Independent Chapel, built in 1819. The tablet is on the side of the chapel in Middle Cross Street. Today it is part of the Longton Community Church. This ...

Caroline Street and the Congregational Chapel, Longton

A view east along Caroline Street towards Longton railway bridge and Longton Town Hall.. At the far end, on the right, is the sign for the Belstaff clothing factory. A Congregational Chapel (also known ...

Congregational Chapel, Caroline Street, Longton.

A Congregational Chapel (also known as the Independent Chapel) was built in 1819. In the mid Victorian period, the congregation was over 150 for morning and evening services. A Sunday School was attached ...

Caroline Street, Longton

This is a view north east along Caroline Street. At the top end lies the junction with Upper Cross Street and Anchor Passage with The Miners' Rest public house (a Parker's Ales inn) just visible on the ...

Caroline Street and Upper Cross Street, Longton

A view north towards the top end of Caroline Street from the Upper Cross Street (left) and Anchor Passage area (to the right). Many of the houses are boarded up prior to demolition and the area to the ...

Minton's Old Factory, London Road, Stoke upon Trent

A view north along London Road towards the centre of Stoke with Minton's Old Factory on the right. Minton had a factory on this site from the 1790s until closure in 2002. Supermarkets now occupy the site. ...

Campbell Tile Co., London Road, Stoke upon Trent

The Campbell Tile Co. works and the adjoining Minton works in Stoke. A view north along London Road with Sturgess Street on the left (by the Overall Shop). The chimney at the end of road is at W T Copeland's ...

New Hall Pottery, New Hall Street, Hanley

The photograph shows a view west along New Hall Street towards the junction with Marsh Street and York Street. The bulk of the pottery site lies behind these two buildings on New Hall Street (the top ...

New Hall Pottery, Hanley

The photograph shows the entrance to the showroom and offices for the New Hall Pottery in New Hall Street, Hanley. The bulk of the manufactory is behind this building, on York Street. This building was ...

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 ...

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. ...