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The site of Ashworth's and Clementson's potteries, Hanley

The tall chimney on the left belonged to George Ashworth's Broad Street Works. On the right are the remains of a chimney belonging to Clementson's flint mill. The bottle ovens in between are part of ...

Stafford House, Clough Street, Hanley

When this photograph was taken, Stafford House was occupied by C H Johnson & Co who manufactured "Paulmar" frocks and blouses. The building was originally part of Clementson's Phoenix Mill (potters millers) ...

Slippery Lane from Clough Street, Hanley

Slippery Lane ran south from Clough Street to Robson Street and onto Sun Street. This photograph was taken from Clough Street with the Ascot and Vulcan potworks of Alcock, Lindley and Bloore each side ...

PMT Garage in Clough Street, Hanley

The Potteries Motor Traction Company ran buses in the Potteries from 1933, taking over from its predecessor the Potteries Electric Traction Co who had started the earliest trams in the area. The Hanley ...

Gough & Co, Clough Street, Hanley

Gough & Co were "Buildings and Works Plant" manufacturers with premises on Clough Street. C lough Street ran from Marsh street west to Etruria Road. The eastern end has been cut through by The Potteries ...

F W Langley's works, Clough Street, Hanley

F W Langley were an electrical and mechanical engineering company with their main works on the north side of Clough Street. The neighbouring works building belongs to Gough & Co, engineers. Langley's ...

Excavations for Charles Street shopping centre, Hanley.

The excavations and foundations for the shopping centre attached to Hanley bus station. Old Hall street runs across the photograph behind the hoardings towards its junction with Albion Square. Tontine ...

Excavation for Charles Street shopping centre, Hanley

Excavations and foundations for the shopping centre attached to the bus station along Charles Street and Old Hall Street in Hanley. The large building in the background is Webberley's book and stationery ...

Bullock & Bosson's premises, Clough Street, Hanley

Looking along the north side of Clough Street with Bullock & Bosson, typewriter and office furniture suppliers, in the foreground. Next along are F W Langley, electrical engineers, and Gough's engineering ...

Ascot Pottery on Clough Street, Hanley

The Ascot Pottery was operated by Alcock, Lindley & Bloore, along with the neighbouring Vulcan Pottery on Clough Street. The factory opened in 1919 and the company became famous for "Brown Betty" teapots ...

Clementson's Potters and Millers, Hanley

This is a view from Broad Street along the lane to Clough Street. Halfway down was Clementson's Phoenix Mill. Until demolished in the 1930s, the car park on the left was a part of the Phoenix earthenware ...

Ridgway Potteries, Longton

Ridgway Potteries with its array of bottle ovens, was on Spring Bank Road, next door to Longton Municipal Cemetery. The works was originally the Daisy Bank Works opened in 1853 and operated by Adderleys, ...

Longton Station and the Phoenix Works, Longton

Longton Station in the foreground with the old Phoenix Pottery building behind and the tower of St John The Baptist Church (demolished in 1979) beyond that. The station, opened in 1848, is on an embankment. ...

Hanley Station

The booking and parcels office of Hanley railway station stood on what became the car park of the Grand Hotel on Trinity Street. The platforms were in a deep, sharply curved cutting below Trinity Street, ...

Gallimore & Co, Garfield Works, Longton

The rear of Gallimore & Co's Garfield Pottery in Longton which lay between Uttoxeter Road (originally named High Street) and Barker Street. This photograph is taken from Barker Street. Before Gallimore's ...

Downing's Blurton Tilery.

G H Downing's Blurton Tileries looking north east towards Blurton and Fenton. The factory closed just before the photograph was taken.

Downing's Blurton Tilery, Stoke-on-Trent

G H Downing's Blurton Tileries just after closure in 1964. A view of the beehive ovens, chimneys and roofing tile stock for sale. The photograph as taken just west of Ballinson Road, looking north east ...

Downing's Blurton Tilery, Stoke-on-Trent

G H Downing's Blurton Tileries just after closure in 1964. A view of the beehive ovens, chimneys and roofing tile stock for sale. The photograph as taken just west of Ballinson Road, looking north east ...