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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.

Fenpark Road looking towards Pole Dole, Fenton

This photograph was taken from just outside the Methodist Chapel on Fenpark Road, looking east towards Pool Dole. In the far distance is the spoil tip of Mossfield Colliery. The white building in the ...

Fenton Methodist Chapel, Fenpark Road, Fenton

The camera is looking westwards along Fen[park Road towards Fenton. The photograph was taken from just outside the United Methodist Chapel at the corner of Fenton Park. This chapel was built in 1900, ...

Elliot Road, Fenton

Looking westwards along Elliot Road from the corner of Vivian Road in Fenton. Elliot Road (formerly Street) leads down to Philip Street and onto Victoria Road. The large building in the middle distance ...

Duke Street, Fenton

Mid to late Victorian terraced housing lining Duke Street in Fenton.

Berry Hill from Fenton Park

This was the view north from Fenton Park towards Berry Hill Colliery spoil tip. just to the right are the chimneys and buildings of Slater's brickworks alongside Berry Hill marl pit. In the distance ...

Back Alley in Fenton

The camera is looking along the alleyway between the terraced houses on Best Street (left) and Fenpark Road (right). Park Lane runs across the foreground. The mound in the distance is the spoil tip of ...

Duke Street, Fenton

This photograph was taken east of Duke Street alongside the railway line to Longton and Stoke. Longton is towards the top. The building on the right stands on the site of Oldfield's old colliery, brick ...

Looking out from from Fenton Park

The view north west from Fenton Park. The greenhouses are partly hidden behind the trees on the left and Berry Hill spoil tip is on the right. St Marks Church tower in Shelton is in the centre of the ...

Fenton Manor Farm Estate

This photograph was taken looking north east across Fenton Manor Farm from the Biddulph and Leek branch railway line. the tip in the distance belonged to Berry Hill Colliery and Brickworks. Behind the ...

Wilton Pottery, Duke Street, Fenton

The building dates from 1905 and has had a wide variety of uses including a teddy bear factory, Quickfit laboratory glassware and the War department from 1939 to 46. At the time of the photograph it was ...

The Locomotive Inn, City Road, Stoke-on-Trent

The old Locomotive Inn was on City road in Stoke, close to the Trent & Mersey Canal. The site has been buried beneath the A500 Queensway. At the time of the photograph, the building was a builder's merchants....