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The Boar, Moddershall. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape with a view of The Boar, Moddershall, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

The Broadway Cinema, Meir

A view of the Broadway Cinema on Uttoxeter Road, Meir. Art-deco in style, the cinema opened in 1936. It could seat over 1000 filmgoers and was on the Broadway Roundabout on Sandon Road. The site was close ...

The Chatterley Whitfield mineral line bridge in Fegg Hayes, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking north along Chell Heath Road towards Oxford Road in Fegg Hayes. The bridge is carrying the mineral railway from Chatterley Whitfield Colliery (off to the right) into Tunstall and ...

The Crescent, Wolstanton. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken at The Crescent, Wolstanton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

The Grange, Burslem

The camera is looking south towards Shelton iron and steel works and the headgear of Wolstanton Colliery. The photograph was taken from the bridge near the northern end of the Grange mineral railway line. The ...

The main railway line near Harecastle

Looking north along the track of the old LMS line as it passes through Chatterley, taken from the Ravensdale Lane road bridge. The higher ground of Harecastle is straight ahead. This photograph was taken ...

The Potteries Loop Line between Hanley and Etruria, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph was taken looking west from the Josiah Wedgwood Street railway bridge along the Loop Line between Hanley and Etruria. This section of the Loop Line was opened in the early 1860s. The road ...

The route of the Deep Pit mineral railway, Cobridge

The photograph shows the line of the mineral railway through Cobridge just after it had crossed Waterloo Road. It ran between rows of houses. Those on the left faced onto Portland Street and on the right ...

The southern entrances to Harecastle Canal Tunnels, Tunstall

The Trent & Mersey Canal passes through the higher ground between Tunstall and Kidsgrove using the Harecastle Tunnel. The photograph shows the two tunnels bored to take the canal. On then left is the ...

The Traveller's Rest, Cheadle. Photographed by William Blake.

The Traveller's Rest public house on Ashbourne Road, Cheadle. The long low building behind the pub was a rope walk.

The western end of Werrington Road, Bucknall

looking along Werrington Road from close, to the junction with Bucknall Road. Ruxley Road, as was, is the road off to the right, but it changes in road layout means it no longer joins Werrington Road. ...

Trent & Mersey Canal dock, Sideway, Stoke-on-Trent

A view of the Stafford Coal & Iron Company dock on the Trent & Mersey Canal at Sideway. Some of the colliery winding gear is in the background and the main railway line runs from left to right across ...

Trentham Station

This was the view from Trentham Station, looking north towards Stoke, taken from under the bridge that carried Trentham Road over the railway line. The Trentham Park branch (to Trentham Gardens) went ...

Tunnel beneath High Lane and the Chatterley Whitfield mineral railway, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking east along the mineral railway from Chatterley Whitfield toward the entrance of the tunnel under High Lane. The photograph was taken just south of Johnson Place. The tunnel ran under what is now ...

Tunstall Station

Tunstall Station pictured just after closure in 1964. Tunstall was a station on the Potteries Loop Line. Opened in December 1873, it was closed when the loop line closed in March 1964. The camera was ...

Tunstall Station and goods yard

This is a view from the Boulevard near bridge over the Loop Line at Tunstall Station just before the station and line were closed. The camera is looking south towards Burslem, the next station on the ...

Up platform, Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station

The view from the south end of the up (southbound) platform of Stoke Station. The photograph was taken before electrification in 1967, and before the four tracks were reduced to two. On the right of the ...

Victoria Street, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph was taken looking north along Victoria Street from the Shelton New Road junction. The terrace of houses on the left date from the last decade of the 19th century, those further down and ...