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Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Cobridge

Map showing the Cobridge area to the south of Burslem town centre. Waterloo Road can be seen at the bottom left of the map. The road that runs from the bottom to the top of the map is now Leek Road. Cobridge ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Cobridge

Map showing part of Cobridge. On the left of the map is the junction where Leek Road meets Watrloo Road at Cobridge traffic lights. Why were the maps made? This series of maps was surveyed by the ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Cobridge

Map showing Sneyd Street in Cobridge. Why were the maps made? This series of maps was surveyed by the Ordnance Survey Department in 1851 in accordance with the provisions of the Public Health Act. The ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Cobridge and Hot Lane

Map showing the area to the south-east of Burslem town centre. Hot Lane and North Road can be seen on the map. The road now known as Sandbach Road is marked Newcastle-under-Lyme and Leek Trust. An ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Hamil Road

Map showing Hamil Road just outside Burslem town centre. Why were the maps made? This series of maps was surveyed by the Ordnance Survey Department in 1851 in accordance with the provisions of the ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Hamil Road and Bycars

Map showing the area just north-east of Burslem town centre. Hamil and Bycar's colliery can be seen on the right of the map and Hamil Road to the left. The top left of this map would now feature ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Longport

Map of the Longport area including the Longport Pottery and Top Bridge Pottery factories alongside the Trent and Mersey Canal. The Old Wool Pack Horse Inn and Duke of Bridgewater public houses can ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Longport Pottery

Map of the Longport Pottery factory alongside the Trent and Mersey Canal. The road in the centre of the map is now known as Davenport Street. This road leads to Tunstall via Brownhills. Why were the ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Middleport

Map showing the area to the south-west of Burslem town centre known as Middleport. Navigation Road and Newport Lane are still there today. Port Vale Mill can be seen situated on the Trent and Mersey ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Middleport

Map showing the area to the south-west of Burslem town centre now known as Middleport. St. Paul's Church can be seen in the centre of the map. Dale Street, Globe Street and Newport Street are still ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Middleport

Map of the area to the south-west of Burslem town centre now known as Middleport. Newport Lane runs down the centre of the map. It eventually meets the Trent and Mersey Canal. Furlong Lane, Port ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - Port Vale Wharf and the Trent and Mersey Canal

To the south-west of Burslem, this area is now known as Middleport. Longport Station and Fowlea Brook can be seen toward the bottom left of the map. The Railway Inn is just along the road from ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps - The Trent and Mersey Canal through Longport and Middleport

Map showing the Trent and Mersey Canal weaving through Longport and Middleport. This area lies to the south-west of Burslem town centre. Why were the maps made? This series of maps was surveyed ...

Burslem area Ordnance Survey Maps- Public Sewer in St. John's Square and Market Place Plan

Map showing details of Burslem's drainage plan. Why were the maps made? This series of maps was surveyed by the Ordnance Survey Department in 1851 in accordance with the provisions of the Public ...

Caverswall Footpath, Dilhorne. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape including the Caverswall footpath. Taken at Dilhorne, Staffordshire.

Cinderhill Lane, Longton

Longton town centre can be seen in the distance.

Cinderhill Lane, Longton

Longton town centre can be seen in the distance.

Cocknage Road, Cocknage

View north along Cocknage Road with Florence Colliery on the right. The photograph was taken from the Woodpark Lane (also known as Bog Lane) crossroads looking towards Dresden. Bert Bentley noted that ...