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Burslem Town Hall

This engraving of the "New Town Hall" dates from around 1856.

Bemersley Farm, Brindley Ford

This is a view east from Hugh Bourne's old Primitive Methodist Chapel in Brindley Ford. The chapel has been demolished. At the top of the path is Bemersley Farm, where Hugh Bourne lived for a time. The ...

The Railway Hotel, Outclough Road, Black Bull, Brindley Ford

The Railway Hotel, now demolished, stood on Outclough Road near the Bemersley road corner, just north of Brindley Ford.

Black Bull Station and Victoria Colliery, Brindley Ford

This is a view looking north from Bull Lane towards Victoria Colliery. Black Bull station buildings can be seen on the right hand side. The station was on the now dismantled Biddulph Valley Branch. On ...

Ford Green Brook, Brindley Ford

A view along the Ford Green Brook just east of Brindley Ford village. The stream is emerging from a culvert beneath the path to Bemersely Farm. The brook is just over 6 miles (10km) long and is the first ...

Stafford Colliery from Boothen, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph is taken from the abandoned track bed of the old Michelin railway branch line south of Sideway Old Road. The branch line connected the tyre factory to the main line which it joined near ...

No.1 Campbell Place, Stoke upon Trent

No.1 Campbell Place was The District Bank building on the corner of Hill Street and Campbell Place. The shops on Church Street can be seen to the right.In 1970 the District Bank was absorbed into the ...

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 on Trent Central Ambulance Station, Boothen, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows the old Central Ambulance Station at the south end of Boothen Old Road. The station had a group of three Nissen huts. It was closed in 1967 and relocated to Harpfields. Five ambulances ...

Stoke Public Market buildings, Church Street, Stoke-upon-Trent

This view is from Church Street at the corner with South Wolfe Street. The main entrance to the market is just off the picture on the left by the "Public Market" sign. These buildings, dating from 1900, ...

Hobson Street, Burslem

These terraced houses in Hobson Street, Burslem have been boarded up and are and awaiting demolition. Hobson Street was originally named Albert Street but was changed in the 1950s. It was renamed after ...

Wilson Road, Hanford

This is a view along Wilson Road from its junction with Mayne Street. The cottages on the right hand side of Wilson Road have been demolished. The houses and corner shop in the centre of the photograph ...

Primary and Secondary Modern Schools, Bradeley, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows Bradeley County Secondary School and Bradeley County Infants School on Chell Heath Road. The mixed infants school was opened in 1900 and reorganised into an infants and secondary ...

Chell Heath Road Schools, Bradeley, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows the side of the combined infants and secondary school in Bradeley, on Chell Heath Road. Bradeley County Infants School was opened in 1900 and reorganised into a combined infants and ...

Aquinas Street, Stoke upon Trent

View from near the top of Aquinas Street down towards Epworth Street and the centre of Stoke. Aquinas Street was originally called Thomas Street. Behind the wall beyond the houses on the left was the ...

Bath Street, Stoke upon Trent

From Spark Terrace corner Bath Street runs steeply down to London Road. The van with the Michelin Man on the roof is parked outside the original Stoke Library building. The factory building at the bottom ...

Boothen Old Road, Stoke upon Trent

A view south from just outside the Boothen Stand at Stoke City's old Victoria Ground. Boothen Old Road is to the left and Lime Street to the right. The corner shop in the centre is now a house but the ...

Brook Street and Stoke on Trent Town Hall

This is a view along Brook Street towards Glebe Street and Stoke Town Hall. The brick building to the right is No 1 Brook Street, a grade II listed building, built in 1867. To the left is the edge of ...