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Ashfield Cottage, Penkhull

Ashfield Cottage in Penkhull was the onetime home of W H Goss who operated the Falcon Works. The photograph was taken from Penkhull New Road and also shows the hollow of Goss's old clay pit and a later ...

Ashwood, from Wood Street, Longton

The camera is looking north west along Ashwood from its junction with Wood Street. Off to the right is Cornwall Street, and beyond that, Friar Street. The housing has been redeveloped. Wood Street was ...

Ashwood, Longton

This is a view west along Ashwood towards Friar Street with Manse Street off to the left with Manse Close just visible beyond. The Victorian housing has been demolished and redeveloped. There are three ...

Ashwood, Longton

A view east of the south side of Ashwood, Longton. The Victoria County History describes this side of Ashwood: "...detached houses with gardens were built on its south side at the east end" (Staffordshire ...

Ashwood, Longton

A view west along Ashwood from just beyond Manse Close. Terraced houses and corner shops. The whole area has been cleared and redeveloped for housing. The man on the right behind the car is Derrick ...

At the back of Park Hall and Forrister Streets, Longton.

The back alleys between Forrister Street and Park Hall Street in Longton. The photograph was taken from Bridgwood Street (then Wharf Street) with Park Hall Street on the left and Forrister Street to the ...

Aubrey Street, Latebrook and Goldenhill, Stoke-on-Trent

The short row of houses are on Aubrey Street (formerly Myatt Street) in Latebrook. The camera is looking south from the area of Gill Bank and Gill Bank Road. In then far distance is the site of the Goldendale ...

Avoca Street, Hanley

The camera is looking south east along Avoca Street and into Rawlins Street beyond. This is in the Northwood area of Hanley. Before the renaming of streets in the 1950s, Avoca was Taylor Street and Rawlins ...

Back alley behind Birks Street, Boothen, Stoke-on-trent

This is a view north along the alleyway between Birks Street and Campbell Road. Nicholls Street cuts across the alley at the far end and in the distance is a floodlight pylon on Stoke City's old ground, ...

Back Alley in Fenton

The camera is looking along the alleyway between the terraced houses on Best Street (left) and Fenpark Road (right). Park Lane runs across the foreground. The mound in the distance is the spoil tip of ...

Back alley in Goldenhill, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows the alley that runs between the terraced houses on Heath Street (to the left) and Brakespeare Street (right) in Goldenhill. The photograph was taken from Garbett Street looking north ...

Back alley, Paddock Street, Hanley

Paddock Street ran northwards off Hope Street at Vale Place. The street no longer exists, but was sandwiched between the present day Boundary Street and Penarth Grove. At the bottom is Bryan Street. The ...

Baddeley Green from Norton Lane, Norton-in-the-Moors

The camera is looking east from Norton Primary School over the valley of the Trent towards Baddeley Green. Hidden in the valley is the Caldon Canal , with Engine Locks Cottage is just to the left of ...

Bagnall Road, Milton, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking east along Bagnall Road with Baddeley Edge on the horizon. Rosevale Street is off to the right. This side of Milton, east of Leek Road was known as the "up end" of the village. Before the 1890s, ...

Ball Lane, Norton Green

Looking west along Ball Lane from the junction with Selworthy Road. At the end of Ball Lane is Trent Terrace with the railings marking the course of the River Trent in front of the houses. Off to the ...

Ballinson Road, Blurton

Looking west along Ballinson road from the end of Elm Place in Blurton. This estate was laid out in the 1930s. The view is much the same today, although fewer trees and front gardens changed to off road ...

Bank Street, Tunstall

Looking north east along Bank Street from close to the corner with Hawes Street (formerly Upper Mount Street). In the far distance is the waste tip of Whitfield Colliery. Towards the bottom of the street, ...

Bank Street, Tunstall

Bert Bentley, the photographer, described this as a typical Potteries scene with "a pottery works, kilns, chapel, colliery dirt tip and terraced houses". On the left is the United Methodist Chapel ...