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Tissington Well. Photographed by William Blake.

Tissington Well, Derbyshire, during the well dressing season. Well dressing is an ancient custom in which the local water supply is blessed to ward off any evil impurities. Other sources believe that ...

Tomb, Eccleshall Church. Photographed by William Blake.

Bishop Thomas Bentham's tomb in Eccleshall Church, dated 1578.

Tomb, Eccleshall Church. Photographed by William Blake.

Bishop Richard Sampson's tomb in Eccleshall Church, dated 1554.

Tower Arch, Kingsley Church. Photographed by William Blake.

Interior view of St Werburgh’s Church, Church Street, Kingsley, Staffordshire.

Town Road from Market Square, Hanley

The camera is looking north along Town Road from the edge of Market Square. Today this is the entrance to the Potteries Shopping Centre. The shop on the left is Sherwin's Music Store which everything ...

Townsend Chapel, Bucknall

Townsend Chapel stood at the junction of Chapel Street and Werrington Road. The tablet above the door describes it as Primitive Methodist Chapel, probably built in the late 1870s or early 1880s. The building ...

Trent Vale Methodist Church, London Road, Stoke

This building is one room wide by five rooms deep with a two storey irregular projection. It was constructed between 1878 and 1900 and has a building at the rear from the same period. Remembering ...

Trinity Street and Trinity Street Church, Hanley

Trinity Street Presbyterian Church with its adjoining school building just beyond. The camera is looking up Trinity Street towards Stafford Street. This side of the church is the Royal Insurance Company ...

Tudor Screen, Swynnerton Church. Photographed by William Blake.

Church interior with a view of the Tudor Screen. Taken at St. Mary's Church, Swynnerton, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

United Methodist Church, Normacot

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

United Methodist Church, Normacot

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

United Methodist Church, Rough Close. Photographed by William Blake.

Church exterior with a view of the United Methodist Church, Rough Close, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. The church is now a private residence.

Upper Normacot Road, Normacot

Looking south: Normacot Church of England School is on the left, the Church of Holy Evangelists on belgrave Road is ahead. The Church of Holy Evangelists was built in 1847. It was designed by George ...

Upper Normacot Road, Normacot

Photograph taken looking south towards the Church of Holy Evangelists. A very faded print. The Church of Holy Evangelists was built in 1847. It was designed by George Gilbert Scott, and paid for by ...

Upper Normacot Road, Normacot

Looking south: Normacot Church of England School is on the left, the Church of Holy Evangelists on belgrave Road is ahead. The Church of Holy Evangelists was built in 1847. It was designed by George ...

Victoria Methodist Church, Ford Green Road, Burslem

Located on the corner with Regina Street this one storey rectangular building was constructed in red flemish brickwork including blue brick plinth. The pitched felt covered roof also has dentilation and ...

Victoria Square and St Mark's Church, Shelton

The camera is looking southwards along Broad Street from near the top of Victoria Square. St Mark's Church, with its 120 foot tower, is the largest church in the city. It was built in the 1830s to serve ...

Watery Lane, Normacot

Photograph taken looking north, the church of Holy Evangelists can be seen in the distance. The Church of Holy Evangelists was built in 1847. It was designed by George Gilbert Scott, and paid for by ...