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14 Frederick Avenue, Penkhull

This building was originally a Sunday School and Chapel that stood on Frederick Avenue, previously Frederick Street until 1912. It was constructed in 1909 but has since been demolished.

2 - 9 Brook Street, Stoke

This building plan shows the row of terraced buildings on Brook Street in Stoke. They were designed by Henry Ward in tudor-gothic style and were constructed in 1838. Many of the buildings are now used ...

2 Brook Street, Stoke

This plan is of 2 Brook Street in Stoke. It was designed by Henrey Ward and constructed in 1838. It is now Grade II listed. Diagrams (clockwise from top left): - Front of building - First floor plan - ...

2 Sneyd Street, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent

This plan is of the terraced house at no.2 Sneyd Street in Cobridge. The house backs onto the Market Tavern pub; there was once a door between the two but it has been bricked up. Diagrams (clockwise ...

25 - 31 South Walk, Meir, Stoke-on-Trent

This plan is of 25 - 31 South Walk in Meir. The properties are larger than the terraced houses typically found in Stoke-on-Trent which often only have two bedrooms. Diagrams (top to bottom): - Front ...

263 Hartshill Road, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent

This plan is of 263 Hartshill Road. The building is one of the Minton cottages, built in 1857 by the Minton pottery factory for its employees. The houses still stand today overlooking Hartshill Park. Diagrams ...

44 - 46 Paradise Street, Tunstall

This plan is of two terraced houses in Paradise Street, Tunstall which were built before 1922. They are typical of the 'two up, two down' properties which were built across Stoke-on-Trent and both have ...

48 Broad Street, Hanley

In the 1960s, number 48 Broad Street was occupied by Gestetner, a company that manufactured duplication and reproducing machines in the days before photocopiers. Gestetnering involved making a stencil ...

60 - 62 Trentham Road, Stoke-on-Trent

This building plan shows two rather grand houses on Trentham Road. Each of the houses has four bedrooms and a cellar. Diagrams (clockwise from top left): -Front of buildings - First floor plan showing ...

60 - 70 Trent Valley Road, Penkhull

This plan shows the terraced houses of numbers 60 to 70 Trent Valley Road in Penkhull. Diagrams (top to bottom): - Front of buildings - Back of buildings This diagram was created in 1982 during ...

8 - 10 Sneyd Street, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent

This building plan is of two terraced houses in Cobridge that were built before 1922. They are of the typical 'two up, two down' style that was common in terraced houses across North Staffordshire. Diagrams ...

9 - 13 Mellor Street, Packmoor

This plan is of three terraced houses in Mellor Street, which were built before 1922. Housing of this type was largely constructed between 1860 and 1950 and can still be found throughout the Potteries. Diagrams ...

A Bit Thick for Father Christmas In the Potteries. Photographed by William Blake.

Industrial landscape with the caption "A Bit Thick for Father Christmas In the Potteries". Taken at Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Despite an obvious pride in many of the aspects of the pottery ...

A G Richardson's Britannia Pottery, Cobridge

A G Richardson's Britannia Pottery stood at the junction of North Road and Leek New Road in Cobridge. Behind the works is the spoil tip of Sneyd Colliery (now Sneyd Hill Park). The office building still ...

A J Wilkinson's Pottery, Irwell Street, Middleport

The front entrance to A J Wilkinson's Pottery in Irwell Street (formerly West Street). West Street was at the bottom of Prospect Street, close to the Trent & Mersey Canal, off Newport Lane. West Street, ...

A List of Persons Receiving Relief from the Parish of Wolstanton - from the Enoch Wood Scrapbook

Family historians may relish this revealing booklet, which reports on the poverty suffered by the residents of Wolstanton, in Newcastle-under-Lyme, during 1830-1. It was commissioned by a parish committee ...

A view from Hartshill Park, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking north east from the end of Vicarage Road at the entrance to Hartshill Park and Nature Reserve. The middle of the photograph is dominated by the gas holders and buildings of Etruria ...

A view from Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph is a view north west from Honeywall. In the distance, on the right, is the spoil tip at Berryhill and just in front, the dome of the tower of the former Co-Op department store building ...