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Furnace Farm, Fenton Park, Fenton

Furnace Farm was also known as Bailey's Farm and was on a lane that lead northwards off Fenpark Road. The name comes from nearby old iron furnaces. the two outbuildings on the right are thought to have ...

Fountain Street from Glebedale Road, Fenton

Looking from Glebedale Road across City Road into Fountain Street in Fenton. The ovens belong to James Kent, potters millers, on Fountain Street. The three calcining ovens are grade II listed buildings ...

Old colliery tramway route, Fenton Park

This photograph was taken to the north of Fenton Park Cemetery and shows the route of an old colliery tramway. The tramway served the Victoria & Fenton Park collieries. One part of the tramway took ...

Fenton Collieries tramway

This is the route of the chain tramway that connected Fenton, Lawn and Castle Collieries with the coal wharf in Victoria Place in Fenton. The tramway passed Fenton Park Farm, the buildings of which are ...

Emery Brothers'Belmont Pottery, Fountain Street, Fenton

The Belmont Pottery was at the southern end of Fountain Street, near the junction with City road, in Fenton. As can be seen from the wall advert, they manufactured a wide range of domestic earthenware. ...

Fountain Street and City Road, Fenton

This is the crossroads on City Road in Fenton. Fountain Street is off to the right with Glebedale Road in the foreground. City road runs across from left to right. On the right hand side are the kilns ...

Mossfield Colliery, Stoke-on-Trent

A view north west towards Moss field Colliery spoil tip and the remains of the surface buildings. The photograph was taken from the Adderley Green area. The piles of railway sleepers in the foreground ...

Molten Steel, Shelton

A steelworker protects himself behind a shield and leather apron. He is taking the core temperature in a Kaldo steel making furnace prior to the molten steel being poured at the concast (continuous casting) ...

Turner Memorial School, Fenton

The Turner Memorial School, stood on the corner of Fenpark Road and Paynter Street. This building dates from the 1890s and the school was formerly China Street National School dating from the 1840s. ...

The Old Tramway in Fenton

A misty view along the line of the old tramway through Fenton. the photograph is looking towards the old Terrace Buildings and Stanyer Terrace.

The Old Tramway in Fenton

This is the line of the old tramway in Fenton. The photograph was taken from the corner of Duke Street looking towards China Street (to the right). This tramway carried pottery goods from Longton to Stoke ...

The Etna Works, Duke Street, Fenton

The Etna Works was at the southern end of Duke Street adjacent to the railway line, operated by W H Barker & Sons, A more modern factory stands on the site today.

Salvation Army Citadel, Fountain Street, Fenton

The Salvation Army Citadel was in Fountain Street, near the corner with Hitchman Street. This building replaced a chapel in Canning Street in 1912. The building still stands, but with a different use.

Pool Dole Inn, Fenton

The Pool Dole Inn stood on the corner of Fenpark Road and Hulse Street. Pool Dole was the name of this area of Fenton, in 1924 consisting only of Hulse Street and neighbouring Pool Street. The original ...

James Kent's, Potters Millers, Fenton

This is the part of James Kent, Potters Millers in Fountain Street, Fenton. The photograph was taken from close to Hitchman Street, off Victoria Road. Just appearing on the extreme right hand edge is ...

Fenton Manor House Farm, Fenton

Looking east across Fenton Manor Farm, with the farm buildings to the right and Berry Hill Colliery spoil tip to the left. Much of this land has been given over to a school, college and sports complex. The ...

Fenton Colliery spoil tip from Duke Street, Fenton

The bungalow stands at the southern end of Duke Street just before the railway bridge. The spoil tip immediately behind belonged to Fenton (Glebe) Colliery and brickworks. A mineral line ran in a cutting ...

Fenton Manor Farm from Victoria Road, fenton

The farm buildings are visible to the left. The land adjacent to the road has been commercialised and industrialised and the land behind used for a school, college and sports complex.