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New Park Farm, Trentham

New Park Farm was sandwiched between the Trent & Mersey Canal to the west and the main railway line to the east. The lane in front of the house leads to the Limekiln Bridge over the canal. The land has ...

Trentham Hotel, Trentham

The Trentham Hotel stands on Longton Road in Hem Heath. Built on the site of the Roebuck Inn in the 1860s, the hotel replaced the Trentham Inn which stood on Whitmore Road. For some time the hotel was ...

Gravel Pit Face. Photographed by William Blake.

Photograph of a gravel pit face, not long worked. A pick axe can be seen bottom right hand corner. Unknown location.

Trentham Telephone Exchange, Trentham

Trentham Telephone Exchange was just off Stone Road, opposite the junction with Whitmore Road. It was originally close to Trentham Park Station. The station has been demolished but the exchange buildings ...

Trentham Lock on the Trent & Mersey Canal, Trentham

The photograph shows the lockkeeper's cottage alongside Trentham Lock (lock 35) on the Trent & Mersey Canal. The lock is close to the southern edge of the city, almost opposite Wedgwood's Barlaston works. ...

Trentham Lock on the Trent & Mersey Canal, Trentham

Trentham Lock (lock 35) is between Jonathan Road and Wedgwood Drive, and lies very close to the southern boundary of the city. Trentham lock is particularly deep. Here the canal rises and falls nearly ...

The Gas House, Trentham Gardens, Trentham

The gas house stood on Park Drive beyond the Smithy. Occupying an old quarry, the house was linked to a gas works, complete with gas holder, which made coal gas to light Trentham Hall. The mid 19th century ...

Trent & Mersey Canal near Hem Heath, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph was taken from Hem Heath bridge over the Trent & Mersey Canal, looking south towards Barlaston. Since the photograph was taken the canal sides have been straightened and reinforced and ...

Trent & Mersey Canal from Limekiln Bridge, Trentham

The view north along the Trent & Mersey Canal from Limekiln Bridge. Newpark farm lies behind the trees on the right. This land as well as that on the left bank has been developed for housing. The canal ...

Trent & Mersey Canal from Limekiln Bridge, Trentham

The view south along the Trent & Mersey Canal from Limekiln Bridge. The bridge is just north of Jonathan Road which was built after this photograph was taken. Round the corner is Trentham Lock. The areas ...

Original entrance to Trentham leisure gardens, Trentham

This photograph is taken from the bridge over the River Trent looking towards the leisure garden gates. Park Drive goes off to the right. The A34 (Stone Road) is directly behind the camera.

Stone Road (A34) near Trentham

This photograph is looking south along the A34 and was taken from close to the junction with Whitmore Road (off to the right, just beyond the bus shelter). In the distance is the original entrance to ...

Old entrance to Trentham Gardens, Stone Road, Trentham

The original entrance to the leisure gardens at Trentham was between the two large "lodges" just to the right of the three PMT (Potteries Motor Traction) buses. The lodges were originally at the western ...

Selwyn House, Longton Road, Hem Heath, Stoke-on-Trent

Selwyn House on Longton Road in Hem Heath was the King George V Memorial Home for the Blind. Now the site of a care home, the original buildings have been demolished.

Longton Road, Trentham

Longton Road (A5035) before it was widened, the view from close to New Inn Road. The camera is looking west towards the junction with Stone Road (A34) in Ash Green. On the horizon is the stand of trees ...

Cottages on Stone Road, Trentham

The line of cottages stand just south of the junction of Longton Road and Stone Road (A34) near Ash Green. The cottages still stand, although now hidden from view from the main road.

The view towards Trentham from Rookery Lane, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph was taken from the Trent Vale Brick and Tile Works on Rookery Lane looking southwards towards the higher ground of Trentham Gardens. In the centre foreground is the estate of prefabricated ...

Pall Mall, Hanley

The view up Pall Mall from the Piccadilly corner. Pall Mall as a street dates from at least 1818 when it was known as New Street and this area of town was part of Shelton. Right at the top is Hanley ...