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Cottages on New Inn Lane, Hanford

A pair of cottages, numbers 53 & 55 on New Inn Lane, Hanford. Both cottages and the houses in view to the right have been demolished and replaced with modern detached and semi-detached houses.

Hulton Abbey

The ruins of Hulton Abbey in the grounds of Carmountside Junior High School located at the junction of Leek Road and Woodhead Road. The Medieval Cistercian Hulton Abbey was consecrated in 1223 but following ...

Ashendene Grove, Hanford

Looking north west along Ashendene Grove from its junction with Bankhouse Road. The valley of the River Trent and the route of the A500 lie hidden between Ashendene Grove and the higher ground of Northwood ...

Cottages along New Inn Lane, Hanford

On the right are cottages numbered 99 to 129 New Inn Lane. The back gardens all have outhouses and overlook the open space of Trentham Rugby Club and Sideway. They were built between 1900 and 1924. The ...

Greasley Road, Abbey Hulton

The view north along Greasley Road from the Corner of Malcolm Drive. The houses on the left date from the 1920s and 30s. Behind the trees on the right is the Abbey Hulton Suburban Club, now demolished ...

The Ice & Cold Storage Company, Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent

The Ice & Cold Storage Company premises at the corner of Seaford Street and Stoke Road in Shelton. The building (51 Stoke Road) has a date stone '1887' and is still substantially the same, although with ...

Trent & Mersey Canal at City Road, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking north along the Trent & Mersey Canal at the City Road bridge. The wharf buildings (sometime the North Staffs Railway & Canal Company) on the left date from the 18th century. The photograph was ...

Trent Valley Road, Oakhill, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking north along Trent Valley Road from its junction with London Road. The cluster of shops on the corner still remain, although with different names and trades. The original Co-operative store building ...

Jones & Shufflebottom's premises, Wharf Street, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows the old premises of Jones & Shufflebottom (Wholesale Plumbers' and Builders' Merchants) at the north end of Wharf Street, Stoke. The building was formerly the site of Prince's Hall ...

The railway at Stockton Brook

The view east along the Stoke to Leek branch railway line close to Stockton Brook station. The bridge in the centre carries the A53 (Leek New Road) over the railway whilst the bridge in the foreground ...

Church Lane, Hanford

The view east along Church Lane from the bend just before St Matthias' Church (on the left). Behind the bushes on the left is the churchyard. The cluster of houses on the right remain much the same. Standing ...

Church Lane, Hanford

The view east along Church Lane from just beyond the Church with Diarmid Road off to the right. Many of the buildings have changed although the house on the corner extreme right is still the same. The ...

Florence Road, Hanford

The view north along Florence Road from Wilson Road, Hanford. At the bottom is Diarmid Road (formerly Sutherland Road). Florence Road and its neighbours were built in the late 1920s/early 1930s as part ...

Hanford & Trentham Primary School, Hanford

The classroom buildings on the south east side of the former Hanford and Trentham Primary School, later the Priory Church of England Primary School. The photograph was taken from the end of Jubilee Road....

Woodhead Road, Carmountside, near Bagnall, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking west along Woodhead Road towards the River Trent valley with Birches Head beyond. On the right are is the site of some post 1945 prefabricated bungalows now rebuilt and modernised. Behind the ...

Winkhill Mill, Swan Street, Stoke upon Trent

The Winkhill Mill Company were in Shelton Old Road and Swan Street in Stoke and made cardboard boxes in the 1930s. This part of the mill is in Swan Street. Prior to 1912, the company were in Haywood ...

Whitehouse Road, Abbey Hulton, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking west along Whitehouse Road from the corner of Blakelow Road. Over 600 houses were built by the Borough of Stoke on Trent in Abbey Hulton in the 1920s and 30s. Tree lined road were a feature of ...

Whitehouse Road, Abbey Hulton, Stoke-on-Trent

The junction of Whitehouse Road and Leek Road (A5009) in Abbey Hulton. On the left, on the corner, is a co-op shop, a branch of the Burslem and District Industrial Co-operative Society. Founded in 1901, ...