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At the back of Park Hall and Forrister Streets, Longton.

The back alleys between Forrister Street and Park Hall Street in Longton. The photograph was taken from Bridgwood Street (then Wharf Street) with Park Hall Street on the left and Forrister Street to the ...

Anchor Pottery, Longton

Demolition of a bottle oven at Sampson Bridgwood's Anchor Pottery in Goddard Street in the East Vale area of Longton. These are hovel ovens where the oven stands in the centre of a separate circular ...

Amison's Pottery, Longton

The rear of Charles Amison's Stanley Pottery on Amison Street (formerly Wedgwood Street) in the Sandford Hill area of Longton. The works were close to the junction with Anchor Road. Closed in 1962, this ...

Adderley Green to Bucknall railway line, near Brokhouse Green.

Looking northwards along the mineral railway. In the distance are the crossing gates for Fenton Road. The photograph was taken from the bridge over the Causley Brook. On the skyline is Hanley with to ...

Bucknall Hospital, Eaves Lane, Bucknall

These are the main gates to Bucknall Hospital off Eaves Lane. The hospital stared life as an isolation hospital specifically for smallpox and was originally known as Hanley, Stoke and Fenton Joint Infectious ...

Bucknall Hospital, Cliveden Road, Bucknall

The back of some of the ward buildings of Bucknall Isolation Hospital as seen looking south from Cliveden Road. Bucknall Hospital dates from 1886 and was created specifically to treat infectious disease ...

Warner Street, Hanley

The view along Warner Street from near the Broad Street corner. The building under construction on the left is Hanley Police Station. Off the left edge is the City Museum and Art Gallery. Hanley Central ...

Trinity Street, Hanley

The camera is looking up Trinity street towards Stafford Street. The first road off to the left, beyond Clegg's, is Lower Foundry Street. Alan's Furnishing store has an oriel window on the corner, still ...

Trent Walk Pottery, Hanley

Trent Walk is a short road just north of Leek Road in Joiners Square. The Trent Walk Pottery produced novelty items, especially earthenware jugs, jars vases etc in the shape of vegetables. Production ...

Townsend Chapel, Bucknall

Townsend Chapel stood at the junction of Chapel Street and Werrington Road. The tablet above the door describes it as Primitive Methodist Chapel, probably built in the late 1870s or early 1880s. The building ...

The Vine Inn, London Road, Stoke-on-Trent

The Vine Inn stood at 270 London Road in Stoke. The early 19th Century building still stands, although no longer in use as a public house, surrounded by the West End Village development.

The Vine Inn and Vine Street, Hanley

Vine Street ran between Bethesda Street and Lichfield Street in Hanley. This is a view towards the Lichfield Street end. Vine Street and its buildings were demolished with the building of the Crown Court ...

The Star Inn, Burslem

The Star Inn stood at the junction of Queen Street and William Clowes Street (right) in Burslem. At one time a public house then a hotel, reverting to a public house, the basic building has remained the ...

The Sentinel offices, Trinity Street, Hanley

These offices on the corner of Foundry Street and Trinity Street were occupied from 1874. At that time, the newspaper was expanding producing daily and weekly Sentinels, with three editions of the daily ...

Swinnerton's tea pot works, Raymond Street, Shelton

Looking down Raymond Street in Shelton towards the junction with Cleveland Road and College Road. Shirley road runs across the photograph. On the right is the old Albert Pottery (later incorporated into ...

S A Wood & Sons, Regent Road, Hanley

The registered offices of S A Wood & Sons were in Regent Road just before the junction with Bethesda Street. The buildings date from the early years of the twentieth century. The two properties have ...

Roller Skating Rink, Town Road, Hanley

The Ideal Roller Skating Rink and Ideal dance Hall was on town road in Hanley. The building started life as a Congregational Tabernacle dating from the 1850s. It was superseded by a "new" Tabernacle ...

Sampson Street, Hanley

Looking up Sampson Street towards Hanley, with Hope Street at the top. the street remains but the buildings have been demolished.