Latest Additions To The Site

Page 55 of 56 1000 Records Found

Bairstow's Pottery, Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent

P E Bairstow & Co had their works in Mount Pleasant, in the area known as Tinkersclough. The company was founded at the end of the Second World War and initially produced bone china "Fancies Fayre". Later, ...

Aitken Street, Dalehall, Middleport

Aitken Street is a short street off Ellgreave Street in the Dalehall area of Middleport. There are two ceramics related factories in the photograph: Repton Tiles and Ellgreave Pottery (on the right). Repton ...

Ellgreave Pottery, Dalehall.

Part of the Ellgreave Pottery in the Dalehall area of Middleport seen from Ellgreave Street. This part of the factory has been demolished and the land used for housing (Heyburn Crescent). On the extreme ...

Howson's Eastwood Sanitary Works, Clifford Street, Hanley

This photograph shows the rear of the Eastwood Sanitary Works in Clifford Street. This side of the factory ran down to the Caldon Canal. The works was operated by George Howson & Sons from 1867 until ...

Howson's Sanitary Ware works, Clifford Street, Hanley

The main entrance to George Howson's bathroom and sanitary ware factory in Clifford Street, off Lichfield Street in Hanley. The works was known as the Eastwood Works and occupied the land between Clifford ...

Former Battalion Headquarters, North Staffordshire Regiment, College Road, Hanley

This building was the Headquarters and Drill Hall of the Hanley Companies of the 1st Volunteer Battalion of the North Staffordshire Regiment between 1837 and 1897. The tablet over the main entrance has ...

Victoria Square and St Mark's Church, Shelton

The camera is looking southwards along Broad Street from near the top of Victoria Square. St Mark's Church, with its 120 foot tower, is the largest church in the city. It was built in the 1830s to serve ...

Ephraim Street, Hanley

Ephraim Street runs westwards off Lichfield Street in Hanley. On the right hand side is part of the large Eastwood Sanitary Ware works of George Howson & Sons. These works extended southwards to Clifford ...

Raven's Tor, Dovedale

A view of Dovedale, looking north, with Raven's Tor (Staffordshire) to the left and Baley Hill (Derbyshire) to the right. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

Ilam Rock, Dovedale

Landscape with a view of Ilam Rock, Dovedale, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

Ilam Rock, Dovedale

Landscape with a view of Ilam Rock, Dovedale, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

Ilam Rock, Dovedale

Landscape with a view of Ilam Rock, Dovedale, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

Dovedale

A view of the River Dove at Dovedale near Lovers' Leap, taken from the Derbyshire side of the river, with the limestone crags of the Twelve Apostles on the Staffordshire side in the background. This area ...

Dovedale

The River Dove taken at Dovedale, which marks the boundary between Staffordshire and Derbyshire. The view is looking towards Nabs Dale. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park. Photographed ...

Dovedale

A view over to the Staffordshire side of Dovedale taken from above Tissington Spires on the Derbyshire side. The house at the top of the valley is Air Cottage and below it can be seen the rock formations ...

Washington Pottery, College Road, Shelton

Looking north along College Road (formerly Victoria Road) with the Washington Pottery in the centre. Off to the left is Shelton Farm, complete with sheep. On the extreme right hand edge is the Drill Hall, ...

Coalbrook Potteries and Washington Potteries, College Road, Shelton

Looking south along College Road (originally know as Victoria Road) with two large potteries on the right hand side: Cleveland Pottery of Coalbrook Potteries (nearest the camera) and Washington Pottery. ...

Caudwell's Bakery, College Road, Shelton

Caudwell's Victoria Bakery on College Road opposite Hanley Park. The bakery was built sometime before 1924 and ceased production in 1968. The bakery has been demolished and the land is now the site of ...