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Harley Street, Hanley

Harley Street, Hanley, looking towards Lichfield Street. In the 1980s it narrowly avoided demolition as the Potteries Way ring road made its way around the town. File name: Hanley - Harley St 1967 ...

The Proprieters of the Light Post Coach - Document from the Enoch Wood Scrapbook

Post coach in the Potteries - Finally! The national post coach service begins to run through the Potteries as part of the London to Liverpool service. The Potteries had been trying to get this service ...

Penkhull New Road, Penkhull

Penkhull New Road, Stoke. This steep hill climbs to the ancient village of Penkhull. The view is of the town of Stoke and its potworks. In the distance is a large pit mound, probably belonging to Berry ...

Meir Aerodrome and Glider

A glider prepares for take-off at Meir Aerodrome. The Potteries once had its own airport, one of the first in the UK, and it was used by passengers on the route from Speke to London. It was in use ...

Longton

Times Square, Longton. The railway runs from Stoke to Derby, and winds its way around the back of the town and towards the tunnel at Meir. The building on the left is the Crown & Anchor Hotel. It was ...

Hanley Deep Pit

Hanley Deep Pit lay in the area just outside the town of Hanley, at a place called Far Green. When sunk it was the deepest shaft in the area. The colliery was owned by Earl Granville and supplied ...

Florence Colliery and Longton

Florence Colliery nearing the end of its coal-drawing days. By the mid 1970s it would be closed down and used for man riding only. File name: Florence Colliery 1 - 1969 SMC

Florence Colliery, Stoke-on-Trent

A colour photograph of Florence Colliery, taken from its spoil tip or slag heap. In the background can be seen the town of Longton. St John's church is visable. The colliery site is now a housing estate. File ...

Dawlish Drive, Bentilee

Bentilee housing estate looking down Dawlish Drive towards the central shopping area and the church. When built in the 1950s this was the largest post-war housing estate in Europe. It was a self-contained ...

Caldon Canal and Shelton Bar

This scene is much changed today. The picture was taken by the staircase lock (where one lock goes directly into the next lock) on the Caldon Canal. The canal swings around to the left and meets the ...