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Longton Road, Hem Heath

This photograph was taken from the bridge over the Trent & Mersey Canal, looking east towards Hem Heath. On the far side of the road is the old wheelwright's shop and smithy which had become a petrol ...

Birch Terrace Synagogue, Hanley.

The building dates back to the 1920s when the Jewish community bought a private boys' school and an adjoining stone mason's yard in Birch Terrace as the site for their first synagogue in Hanley. In 2004 ...

Barthomley Road, Birches Head, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking in a northerly direction along Barthomley Road from the corner of Acton Street. In the distance is a spoil tip belonging to the Shelton Collieries. Coming in on the left is Burnley ...

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 ...

The coachyard, sculpture gallery and clocktower, Trentham Hall

The back of the Trentham Hall. The sculpture gallery is on the right with the estate clock tower in the centre. In the foreground is part of the original hall courtyard and riding school. This was the ...

Trentham Gardens

The remains of Trentham Hall beyond the Italianate Gardens. On the right is the sculpture gallery which is part of Charles Barry's 1840s rebuilding of the clock tower, riding school and stableyard complex. ...

Trentham Gardens

Looking north over the Italianate Garden towards the remains of Trentham Hall. To the left is the conservatory and West Court, in the centre, St Mary's and All Saints' Church and partly obscured by trees, ...

Trentham Gardens

The Italian Garden and remains of Trentham Hall in the mid 1960s. In the centre beyond the planting is the triple arched Loggia. A loggia is an open sided extension to a house, similar to a porch, but ...

The Lake, Trentham Gardens

The house and grounds of Trentham Hall were modified by Henry Holland and Capability Brown in the ten years from 1768-1778. Brown dammed the River Trent and extended Trentham Lake to over a mile long ...

St. Mary's and All Saints' Church, Trentham

The photograph shows the south side of St. Mary's and All Saints' church. There has been a religious building (nunnery, Priory and church) on this site since CE 680. By the 1840s the church was dilapidated ...

Mausoleum for the Dukes of Sutherland, Trentham

Trentham Park Mausoleum stands opposite the site of the original main gates to Trentham Park. This is the view from Stone Road (A34). The grade 1 listed building was finished in 1808 and built for George ...

Mausoleum for the Dukes of Sutherland, Trentham

Trentham mausoleum alongside Stone Road (A34) opposite the original main entrance to Trentham Park. Built for the Leveson-Gower family (Marquises of Stafford and later Dukes of Sutherland) in 1807-1808, ...

The coachyard and clock tower, Trentham Hall

Looking east from outside Trentham Church towards the coach yard and estate clock tower. The lawned area in the foreground was part of Charles Barry's terrace. On the right is the end of the sculpture ...

The West Court and Conservatory, Trentham Hall

The building on the left is the conservatory. Originally with Italianate windows, the conservatory was used to cultivate and display exotic plants and ferns. To the right is the West Court, a semi circular ...

Trentham gardens and lake

Looking south from outside the church in Trentham Gardens towards the Terrace and Italian Gardens and lake. The rose or Terrace Garden leads to the Italian Garden by a short flight of stone steps. Called ...

The site of Trentham Park railway station

Trentham Park railway station was at the end on the short (1 1/2 mile) branch line which ran from Trentham Station on the main line. Opened in 1910 the station had regular trains until the 1930s but was ...

The Old Smithy, Park Drive, Trentham.

The Old Smithy on Park drive is a triangular shaped building sandwiched between Park Drive (on the left) and an access road on the right. The entrance is appropriately in the shape of a horseshoe and ...

New Park House, Trentham

The south side of New Park House in Trentham. This was once the home of the Tellwright family, directors of Sneyd Collieries Ltd. in the 1920s. The house stood in farmland (New Park Farm) now developed ...