Latest Additions To The Site

Page 56 of 56 1000 Records Found

Cinderhill Lane, Longton

Longton town centre can be seen in the distance.

Coal strike, Longton

Photograph taken during the Coal Strike of 1926, showing a temporary tramway.

Normacot Road, Longton

Cottages behind Normacot Road.

Dr Parkes' house, Longton

The front of Dr Parkes' house from Sheaf Passage. This property, possibly 84, Normacot Road, had been the local headquarters of the Blackshirts, a fascist organisation of the inter-war period.

Christ Church, Normacot

The United Methodist Church, also known as Christ Church, stood in Meir Road, was built in 1910 and was demolished in 2005.

Coat of Arms of Stoke on Trent

Aerial view of Longton

An RAF aerial view of the southern part of Longton, the town centre can be seen at the top. North is to the top of the photograph.

Aerial view of Longton

An RAF aerial view of the eastern part of Longton, looking over Normacot. North is to the top of the photograph.

Trentham Hall

Photograph taken from the gardens, looking north-west. The original Trentham Hall was built in the 1630s for the Dukes of Sutherland. The Caroline house was replaced in the early eighteenth century ...

The New Market Works, Longton

The quadrangle, looking towards the Bull's Head Inn.