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Wolstanton Colliery from Middleport, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph was taken from the end of Elers Street (later called Ricardo Street) looking south down the Fowlea Brook valley. Ricardo Street is no more, mostly lying under Middleport Park. The two ...

Longport Station, Stoke-on-Trent

Longport Station was opened by the North Staffordshire Railway in 1848 but was named Burslem station. It became Longport in 1873 when Burslem station on the Loop Line opened. This is the view north from ...

Dunn & Bennett's Dalehall canal side works, Middleport

the photograph shows the back of Dunn & Bennett's Dalehall Works on the Trent & Mersey canal in Middleport. Dunn & Bennett started producing earthenware and ironstone in Burslem in the 1870s. The Dalehall ...

The Royal Oak Inn, Westport Road, Burslem.

The Royal Hotel was at the top end of Liverpool Road (renamed Westport Road). Closed, the building became part of Steventon's Royal Pottery. The top of a bottle oven is just peeking over the roof of the ...

Johnson Matthey & Co colour works, William Clowes Street, Burslem

The camera is looking southwards down William Clowes Street with St John's Church at the bottom, on Woodbank Street. William Clowes Street was formerly called Church Street. The road on the left by the ...

Woodbank Street bottle ovens, Burslem

The old "Red Tea Pot" and earthenware factory on Woodbank Street (formerly Hanover Street) in Burslem. The photograph was taken from the corner of Velvet Street (now no longer). According to Bert Bentley, ...

Longport Gas Works, Canal Street., Stoke-on-Trent

Longport Gas Works was on Canal Street. Originally established as the Burslem and Tunstall Gas Company, Longport was the man gas-making station. Later it was taken over by the City of Stoke on Trent Gas ...

Arthur Wood & Price's Royal Bradwell Pottery, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph was taken at the start of Davenport Street (A5271) just after the Trubshawe Cross roundabout. The Royal Bradwell Ware building belonged to Arthur Wood & Sons, earthenware manufacturers ...

Price's National Teapots, Trubshawe Cross, Stoke-on-Trent

Price's National Teapots factory, also known as Top Bridge Works, from the Newcastle Street bridge over the Trent & Mersey Canal at Trubshawe Cross. This grade II listed building has been occupied by ...

Stuart Ceramic Tiles, Trubshawe Cross, Stoke-on-Trent

The Stuart Ceramic Tile works was on Davenport Street close to the roundabout at Trubshawe Cross. The houses on the extreme right hand edge of the photograph were on Newcastle Street (now demolished). ...

Wood's canal side pottery, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph shows the rear of Arthur Wood's pottery which was originally part of Longport Pottery. Longport Pottery dates from the 1770s and over time became a large works which occupied the east side ...

Wood's old pottery, Longport, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking northwards along the Trent & Mersye Canl with Wood's old pottery on then right hand side. This was originally part of the larger Longport Pottery, dating from the 1770s, which was ...

Shraff Tip, Trubshawe Cross, Stoke-on-Trent.

This shraff tip was near Trubshawe Cross, possibly from the Ellgreave Pottery. A shraff tip or ruck contains waste from the pottery industry: waste moulds, saggars and faulty ware.

Looking north over Westport Lake, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera was looking north up the Fowlea Brook valley, over Westport Lake. The embankment running across the middle of the photograph carried the Tunstall or Pinnox branch railway line, which left the ...

Entrance to Shelton Steel & Iron Works, Newport Lane, Middleport

ooking south near the end of Newport Lane at one of the entrances to Shelton Steel Works. The buildings on the right, partly hidden by the Shelton signboard, is Oliver's Mill with its calcining oven. ...

The Focus Cinema, Market Street, Longton

A view north west along Market Street, formerly High Street, Longton. The Focus Cinema is in the centre of the photograph and to its left the premises of Hughes and Harber, printers and publishers. The ...

Westport Road, Burslem

Looking from the top of Westport Road towards St John's Square, Burslem. The building on the left edge is the front of Hill Pottery, rebuilt in 1839 by Samuel Alcock. With its ornate front, it was described ...

Wade Heath's Hill Works Pottery, Burslem

The photograph was taken looking up Westport Road from the near the corner of Back Sytch Road (now no longer). On the left is the sign for Hill Top Council Junior and Infants' School which were on the ...