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Rev. C.F.L. Barnwell, Vicar of Stramshall

Portrait of Rev. C.F.L. Barnwell (1853-1933) of Stramshall, near Uttoxeter. He was Vicar of Stramshall for 54 years. He was a member and one time president of the North Staffs Field Club and was described ...

Sutherland Institute, Longton

The recreation ground in the process of construction. In the background can be seen the Sutherland Institute, later Longton Library. Stone Road has since been renamed Lightwood Road. This photograph ...

King Street, Fenton

The small cottage pictured was number 205, King Street.

Fenton Park, Fenton

These cottages at Fenton Park were built to house employees of a nearby colliery. They are still standing and occupied. (2020).

Fenton Park Road, Fenton

In the background is Park Farm, Park Farm Cottage, and the White House. In the foreground are workshops etc connected to the farm. All of these buildings are substantially intact in 2020.

St Mathew's Church, Fenton

St Mathew's Church was in the wedge of land between Park Street (which is still called Park Street) and Park Road (now known as Fenpark Road) in Fenton. This is a view of the south side from Park Street. ...

Uttoxeter Road, Normacot

The vehicle on the extreme left is parked outside The Station Hotel which was on the corner of Uttoxeter road (now the A50) and Station Road (now Recreation Road). The zebra crossing was on Uttoxeter ...

Granville Hotel, Sampson Street, Hanley

The Granville Hotel stood in Sampson Street (known as Clarence Street until renamed in the 1950s), just a little way off York Street (A5006). In later years it was a night shelter for the homeless. The ...

Uttoxeter Road, Normacot

Veiw of Uttoxeter Road looking towards Meir. On the far right the two shops which were at the end of Meirhay Rd. (A distance of about 100 meters) The site is now part of S J Bargh premises. On the left ...

Uttoxeter Road, Normacot

The photograph was taken from the corner of Chelson St, looking south east along Uttoxeter Rd toward Normacot. The sign for the Royal Oak can be seen and the shop next door to that is on the corner of ...

Hanley Deep Pit

Hanley Deep Pit lay in the area just outside the town of Hanley, at a place called Far Green. When sunk it was the deepest shaft in the area. The colliery was owned by Earl Granville and supplied ...

Lawn Farm, Berry Hill, Stoke-on-Trent

The farmhouse at LWN farm with Mossfields Colliery spoil tip in the background. This farm is close to the medieval (13th or 14th Century) moated farm or manor house, a short distance to the east. The ...

Wall of Saggars in Burslem

A wall of saggars between Oxley Street (named Howard Street until the 1950s) and Haywood Street in Burslem. Saggars were fireclay containers, mostly round, oval or oblong, used to protect pottery from ...

Duke Street, Fenton

This Photograph was taken at Heron Cross junction of Blurton Road, Grove Road, Heron Street and Duke Street. The chemist's ship (Mott and Co) was on corner of Duke Street and Blurton Road. Duke Street ...

Broadway and Bright Street, Meir

Maypole dancing, possibly as part of the celebrations for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. This picture was taken at the junction of Broadway and Bright Street at Meir. The shop in the ...

Destruction of an old Colliery Stack on Sandford Hill. May 1st 1913. Photographed by William Blake.

Chimney demolition taken at Sandford Hill on May 1st 1913.

Uttoxeter Road, Longton

This photograph was taken from the junction of Uttoxeter Road and Victoria Road. Victoria road has been renamed Bengry road and shows Heath's shop. Nothing remains of these buildings due to the widening ...

Sunbeam S7 motorcycle. Circa 1955. Photographed by Fred Woolley

This is a photo of a mechanic called Gordon Crichlow, he worked at J & N Bassetts, motorcycles 18 Howard Place Shelton. The photo is taken at the side of the workshops in Pynest Street, a roof was put ...