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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 ...

Stoke City FC, The Victoria Ground

The photograph shows turnstiles at the Stoke End of the Victoria Ground in the 1960s. At this time, the Stoke End was a large, open, standing only terrace. A 4000 seater, two tiered stand was built in ...

James Heap, Printers and Bookbinders, Stoke upon Trent.

James Heap & Co were a printers and bookbinders in Booth Street, Stoke upon Trent. The company was founded in 1925. The building is on the corner of Booth Street and Yeaman Street. The company is no ...

J.G. Fenn Ltd., Stoke upon Trent

J G Fenn printers, bookbinders and stationers premises on the corner of Boothen Old Road and Woodhouse Street, Stoke upon Trent. The company has moved away, but the workshop and office building remains....

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Stoke City FC, Victoria Ground

The view south along Butler Street to the Butler Street Stand entrance to the Victoria Ground. The stand is visible beyond the gates. This is the route many supporters took to the ground from Stoke. ...

Stoke City FC, The Victoria Ground

The playing area at the Victoria Ground. Looking towards the Main Stand or Boothen Stand from the covered part of the Boothen End. The Stoke End to the right is still open terraces and wouldn't be covered ...

Stoke City FC, The Victoria Ground

The photograph shows the main stand on Boothen Old Road. Above the turnstile entrances can be seen ticket prices. For a first team game, in the Boothen Stand it cost 50 pence for a seat (ten shillings ...

Spoutfield Tilery, Stoke-on-Trent

This photographs shows some of the intermittent coal fired brick and tile ovens at John Caddick & Sons Spoutfields Tilery. The tilery was on the corner of Brick Kiln Lane and Shelton New Road in Cliff ...

Spoutfield Tilery, Stoke-on-Trent

Coal fired beehive ovens with their chimneys at John Caddick & Sons Spoutfield Tilery at the corner of Brick Kiln Lane and Shelton New Road. Just below the iron bands around the oven can be seen the ...

Stoke City FC, The Victoria Ground

This is a view of the Butler Street Stand from the covered part of the Boothen End Stand. It was built in 1935, just at the time when Stanley Matthews was drawing crowds to watch Stoke City. There were ...

Stoke City FC, The Victoria Ground.

Stoke City FC played at the Victoria Ground for 119 years, until May 1997. This is the view from the Boothen End towards the Stoke End of the ground. The Stoke End was open until a stand was built in ...

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 ...

Stoke City FC Supporters' Social Club

This is the supporter's club building on the corner of Gable Street and Boothen Old Road, just outside the ground and across the road from the Boothen Stand. The houses behind face onto Campbell Road. ...

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 ...

Blurton Primary Schools

In the foreground are the buildings of Blurton Junior and Infants' Schools, opened in 1948. To the left are more modern buildings, with the original "prefab" classroom to the right. The houses immediately ...