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Mayne Street, Hanford

A view north along Mayne Street, formerly High Street, Hanford. Coming in from the right is Wilson Road. In the centre right of the photograph is the traditional sign of The Abercrombie public house, ...

London Road, Oakhill, Stoke-on-Trent

A detached cottage, 527 London Road, in Oakhill. The original dwelling has been demolished and replaced.

Knowl Wall Farm, Swynnerton

This photograph of Knowl Wall farm appeared in the Sutherland Estate Sale catalogue, October 21st 1919. At the time the tenant was Mr S V Prestwood.

John Street, Longbridge Hayes, Stoke-on-Trent

A row of terraced houses forming the south side of John Street. Houses on the opposite side have been demolished and the area became part of the Queensway Industrial Estate. An old gas street lamp has ...

Janson Street, Hanford

This is a view along Janson Street, formerly New Street, Hanford. The photograph looks north from close to the junction with Wilson Road. The houses have been demolished and the street realigned to accommodate ...

Grimwade's Winton Pottery, Stoke on Trent

The buildings with the bottle ovens belong to Grimwade's Winton Pottery. The kilns have been demolished and the site of the factory redeveloped. To the left are the backs of terraced houses on Newlands ...

Hanford Institute and Library, Wilson Road, Hanford

Hanford Institute and Library was on the south side of Wilson Road nearly opposite the junction with Niall Road. The library was built in 1955. To the left, the off licence, is now a private house and ...

Grimwades' Pottery, Liverpool Road, Stoke-on-Trent

In the centre of the photograph is Grimwade's Stoke Pottery with its chimneys and kilns. The white, two storey building to the right of the pottery is on the bank of the Trent & Mersey Canal at Shelton ...

Denbigh Street and Lowther Street, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent

A view eastwards along the back alley between Lowther Street (to the left) and Denbigh Street (to the right). In the far distance, on the horizon, can be seen the tower of St John's Church on Town Road, ...

Cottage in Church Lane, Hanford

Number 36, Church Lane in Hanford. Bert Bentley, who took the photograph, described it as "one of the smallest cottages I have seen". Now demolished, it was opposite the graveyard of St. Matthias, Hanford ...