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Wiltshaw and Robinson's Pottery, Carlton Works, Copeland Street, Stoke upon Trent

Wiltshaw & Robinson were founded in 1890, renamed as Carlton Ware in 1958 before the factory closed in 1989. The company produced a very wide range of table and ornamental earthenwares. The Carlton ware ...

Winkhill Mill Company, Swan Street, Stoke

This is a one storey, rectangular factory with a large later extension on the right side. There is a large goods entrance at the front of the building with a loading door at the rear. Modifications are ...

Winkhill Mill, Swan Street, Stoke upon Trent

The Winkhill Mill Company were in Shelton Old Road and Swan Street in Stoke and made cardboard boxes in the 1930s. This part of the mill is in Swan Street. Prior to 1912, the company were in Haywood ...

Women Workers at Gladstone.

Pottery factory exterior with a group of female workers posing for a photograph. Taken at Gladstone China, Uttoxeter Road, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, the worker's names are, left to right, Nellie Melpass, ...

Wood & Sons, Newport Lane, Middleport

Wood & Sons is part of a large factory complex comprising of several buildings. It was constructed between 1900 and 1924 for use as a ceramic factory. Part of the factory is now derelict.

Woodbank Street bottle ovens, Burslem

The old "Red Tea Pot" and earthenware factory on Woodbank Street (formerly Hanover Street) in Burslem. The photograph was taken from the corner of Velvet Street (now no longer). According to Bert Bentley, ...

Wood's canal side pottery, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows the rear of Arthur Wood's pottery which was originally part of Longport Pottery. Longport Pottery dates from the 1770s and over time became a large works which occupied the east side ...

Wood's old pottery, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking northwards along the Trent & Mersye Canl with Wood's old pottery on then right hand side. This was originally part of the larger Longport Pottery, dating from the 1770s, which was ...