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Newhouse Road, Bucknall

This is the view northwards along Newhouse Road from close to the junction with Werrington Road. At the top is the junction with Granville Road. All the houses in the photograph were built between 1945 ...

Newhouse Road and Newhouse Court, Bucknall

The view north along Newhouse Road from the corner of Granville Road. On the right, the buildings under construction are now part of Newhouse Court, a local authority sheltered housing scheme. Newhouse ...

Mossfield Colliery, Longton

Mossfield Colliery looking west from Dividy Lane. Sunk in the 1850s, with up to four shafts, the mine closed in 1963. The prominent spoil tip has been profiled and landscaped and forms part of the 1970s ...

Mossfield Colliery, Longton

The surface buildings and spoil tip of Mossfield Colliery near Longton. Dating from the middle of the 19th Century, the colliery produced coal for industry and households until closure in 1963. In 1889 ...

Leek Road, Hanley

This photograph was taken from the Heath House Lane bridge over the Stoke to Leek and Biddulph branch line. The camera is looking south in what Bert Bentley described as "putrid light". On the left is ...

James Kent's Old Foley Pottery, King Street, Longton

James Kent's Old Foley Pottery on King Street. Foley is a small district sandwiched between Fenton and Longton and there was a pottery here in the eighteenth century. The works, now demolished, was between ...

Hudson & Middleton's Sutherland China Works, Normacot Road, Longton

The front of the Sutherland China Works of Hudson and Middleton on Normacot Road in Longton. The works are on the south side of the road, opposite St James's Church. Farther down on the left, the building ...

Holdcroft Road, Bucknall

The view north along Holdcroft Road from the corner of Cliveden Road in Bucknall. Welbeck Place goes off to the right. This post war housing development has changed little since the 1960s.

Guy Street, Bucknall

The view from Werrington Road southwards along Guy Street. The houses at the bottom are on Ruxley Road. Until the 1950s, Guy Street was known as New Street. Most of then houses had been built by the ...

Bucknall County Secondary and Infants School

Bucknall Secondary Modern School was on Malthouse Lane. Formed during the reorganisation of city schools after 1932, it included buildings from the old Bucknall County Infants' School. In this photograph, ...

A coal wharf, Bridgwood Street, Longton

This photograph is looking north along Bridgwood Street from close to the Sutherland Road junction. A coal wharf on the right was alongside Bridgwood Street (formerly called Wharf Street). The bridge ...

Alfred Meakin's Royal Albert Pottery, Tunstall

Alfred Meakin's Victoria Pottery on the right looking up Bank Street. Meakin's took over an existing pottery in 1873 and expanded the factory in 1885. The site is now housing

Wagstaff & Brunt's Pottery, Longton

Wagstaff & Brunt's Richmond Pottery on the corner of March Road and King Street in Longton. March Road was known as Richmond Road until the 1950s. A 1908 advert for the company claimed that this was ...

The Midland Bank building, Market Street, Longton

This is the old Midland Bank building on the corner of Railway Passage and Market Street in Longton. A date tablet over the door states "Established 1836", the year of the founding of the Birmingham ...

St John's Church, Longton

St John the Baptist Church and churchyard in Longton. This was the view across the graveyard from Rutland Road. The old church founded in 1764, rebuilt in 1792 with the east end nearest the camera enlarged ...

St James' Church, Longton

St James The Less Church in Longton photographed from the churchyard entrance on Normacot Road. Funded by the Church Building Act of 1818, this church was built in 1833-34, costing around £10,000, to ...

Market Street, Longton

The shop with the Dutch gable is Haydens, a clothiers and outfitters who had branches in Tunstall and Hanley in addition to this shop on Market Street. Next door, at number 17, is Brough's the Florists. ...

Market Street, Longton

Market Street in Longton in the 1960s. thye photograph was taken from the Sutherland Road/Anchor Road junction looking north west towards Market Square. The shop in the centre is Leeke's grocers, with ...