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Raven's Tor, Dovedale

A view of Dovedale, looking north, with Raven's Tor (Staffordshire) to the left and Baley Hill (Derbyshire) to the right. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

Ilam Rock, Dovedale

Landscape with a view of Ilam Rock, Dovedale, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

Ilam Rock, Dovedale

Landscape with a view of Ilam Rock, Dovedale, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

Ilam Rock, Dovedale

Landscape with a view of Ilam Rock, Dovedale, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

Dovedale

A view of the River Dove at Dovedale near Lovers' Leap, taken from the Derbyshire side of the river, with the limestone crags of the Twelve Apostles on the Staffordshire side in the background. This area ...

Dovedale

The River Dove taken at Dovedale, which marks the boundary between Staffordshire and Derbyshire. The view is looking towards Nabs Dale. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park. Photographed ...

Dovedale

A view over to the Staffordshire side of Dovedale taken from above Tissington Spires on the Derbyshire side. The house at the top of the valley is Air Cottage and below it can be seen the rock formations ...

Washington Pottery, College Road, Shelton

Looking north along College Road (formerly Victoria Road) with the Washington Pottery in the centre. Off to the left is Shelton Farm, complete with sheep. On the extreme right hand edge is the Drill Hall, ...

Coalbrook Potteries and Washington Potteries, College Road, Shelton

Looking south along College Road (originally know as Victoria Road) with two large potteries on the right hand side: Cleveland Pottery of Coalbrook Potteries (nearest the camera) and Washington Pottery. ...

Caudwell's Bakery, College Road, Shelton

Caudwell's Victoria Bakery on College Road opposite Hanley Park. The bakery was built sometime before 1924 and ceased production in 1968. The bakery has been demolished and the land is now the site of ...

Waterloo Road Station, Cobridge

The entrance to Waterloo Road Station on the Potteries Loop Line. The station entrance and booking office were built along Waterloo Road above the track which was in a deep cutting below. This cutting ...

Waterloo Colour Works, Cobridge

Emery's Waterloo Colour works was on the corner of Grange Street and Waterloo Road in Cobridge. Robert Emery established a colour manufactory in Grange Street, Cobridge in 1840. Established in 1845, ...

W.Podmore & Sons, Potters' Millers, Shelton

W Podmore & Sons were a family firm of potters' millers with several mills around North Staffordshire. This is their Caledonian Mill on Caledonia Road in Shelton, just off Cemetery Road. The buildings ...

The Caldon Canal, Hanley Park, Hanley

A quiet stretch of the Caldon Canal as it meanders through Hanley Park. The photograph was taken looking east from the College Road bridge. The Caldon Canal was opened in 1779 to connect the Trent & Mersey ...

Tanner's fireclay pit, Cobridge

Tanner's fireclay pit was at the end of Purbeck Street (previously George Street), just off Leek New Road in Cobridge. This photograph shows the southern face of the pit, with the houses along Sneyd Street ...

Stoke on Trent College, College Road, Stoke-on-Trent

The College of Building, part of Stoke on Trent College, on College Road. This later became a more general teaching building, home to languages, humanities and basic skills. Originally the land was the ...

Simpson's Elder Works, Waterloo Road, Cobridge

Simpson's Elder Pottery on Waterloo Road in Cobridge. The arched entrance has JA and 1848 on the posts and "Solian Ware" painted beneath the company name. The Elder Works frontage was rebuilt by John ...

Shelton New Road railway bridge and Twyford's factory, Cliff Vale, Stoke-on-Trent

Shelton New Road bridge over the main railway line in Cliff Vale. The bridge was being raised when the line was electrified when the photograph was taken. The camera is looking towards Hanley, with the ...