Theme Explorer

Start Again > Business, Trade & Industry > Construction & Demolition
Page 1 of 3 48 Records Found

Albion Street, Longton

Albion Street under demolition. Photograph taken looking towards St. James's Schools.

Alexander Scrivener

Alerxander Scrivener (1852-1921) was an architect and partner of R. Scrivener & Sons. Their offices and family home stood on Wellesley Street, Shelton, Stoke on Trent. He was a member of the North Staffordshire ...

Building the City Central Library, Bethesda Street, Hanley

This photograph was taken during the early stages of the building of the City Central Library and Archives in Bethesda Street. On the left is the chimney attached to the boiler house and on the right ...

Buildings adjacent to Matthew Wardhaugh's theatre, Longton.

Buildings being demolished in The Strand, Longton. Matthew Wardhaugh (1813-188) was born in Whitechapel, London. He was first employed as a call boy at Drury Lane Theatre, then made a living by reciting ...

Burton Place, Hanley

The building on the right was occupied in the 1960s by Foulkes, building and decorating materials suppliers but had previously been a pottery. From the early 1920s until 1937, this was part of the Corona ...

City Central Library and Art Gallery & Museum, Bethesda Street, Hanley

This photograph is looking over the foundations of the City Central Library and Archives building towards the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. This photograph was taken in 1968, before the museum building ...

Cockster Brook, Longton

Culverting the Cockster Brook. Longton town centre can be seen in the background.

Cyples old factory, Longton.

Photograph taken during the demolition of the factory.

Demolition of a Pot Bank, Longton. Photographed by William Blake.

Industrial landscape showing the demolition of a pot bank. Taken at Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Demolition of building, Longton

Adams' new buildings being demolished near the Wheat Sheaf Inn (No. 64, Normacot Road). St. James's School is in the distance.

Demolition of Longton Hall

Photograph taken during demolition. Longton Hall was rebuilt in a grand country house style in the 1770s. The Hall belonged to the Foley family, Lords of the Manor in Longton from the 17th century ...

Demolition of Longton Hall

The demolition of the facade. Longton Hall was rebuilt in a grand country house style in the 1770s. The Hall belonged to the Foley family, Lords of the Manor in Longton from the 17th century until ...

Demolition of Longton Hall

Photograph taken during demolition. Longton Hall was rebuilt in a grand country house style in the 1770s. The Hall belonged to the Foley family, Lords of the Manor in Longton from the 17th century ...

Demolition of Longton Hall

Photograph taken during demolition. Longton Hall was rebuilt in a grand country house style in the 1770s. The Hall belonged to the Foley family, Lords of the Manor in Longton from the 17th century ...

Destruction of an old Colliery Stack on Sandford Hill. May 1st 1913. Photographed by William Blake.

Chimney demolition taken at Sandford Hill on May 1st 1913.

Detached house, Duke Street, Fenton

The detached house is number 55 towards the north end of Duke Street in Fenton. It dates from circa 1800 (Victoria County History, vol VIII, p 209) and was one of a pair. At the time of the photograph ...

Dr. Parkes' surgery, Normacot Road, Longton

This property, possibly 84, Normacot Road, had been the local headquarters of the Blackshirts, a fascist organisation of the inter-war period. Their posters (reading "India Betrayal") were still visible ...

Gold Street, Longton

Photograph taken looking towards the Bennett Precinct.