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Trent Terrace and the River Trent, Norton Green

Trent Terrace is part of Ball Lane in Norton Green. The River Trent runs in front of the terraced houses, which are reached by footbridges from Ball Lane. Norton Green is the first village on the River ...

Stoke to Leek railway line near Baddeley Green, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking south west from the bridge over the railway line near Little Heakley Farm. On the extreme right hand edge of the photograph is the top of the spoil tip of Norton Colliery. The factories ...

Pre-fab houses in Norton

These prefabricated houses were in Hillside Road which was just off Spragg Lane in Norton. Pre-fab houses were part of the attempt to solve Britain's post-Second World War housing shortage. It was planned ...

Norton and Ball Green Community Centre, Stoke-on-Trent

The Community Centre is on St Nicholas Avenue. In the 1960s Stoke on Trent Council had a policy of building community centres and the Norton centre was one of the first, opening in 1962.

Lift bridge over the Caldon Canal at Heakley Green, Norton Green

The Norton Green lift bridge (bridge No 21) carries the path leading to Cockshead Cottages over the Caldon Canal west of Baddeley Green. Just beyond the bridge was the start of the arm of the canal that ...

Church Farm, Norton Lane, Norton

The gritstone and brick buildings of Church Farm on Norton Lane, close to St Bartholomew's Church. Now demolished.

Foundry Square, Norton Green

The houses on the left are on the southern side of Foundry Square. The photograph is taken from Ball Lane looking south west and behind is the higher ground of Norton le Moors. The iron foundry in Norton ...

Ball Lane, Norton Green

Looking west along Ball Lane from the junction with Selworthy Road. At the end of Ball Lane is Trent Terrace with the railings marking the course of the River Trent in front of the houses. Off to the ...

Baddeley Green from Norton Lane, Norton-in-the-Moors

The camera is looking east from Norton Primary School over the valley of the Trent towards Baddeley Green. Hidden in the valley is the Caldon Canal , with Engine Locks Cottage is just to the left of ...

Holden Lane High School, Sneyd Green, Stoke-on-Trent

A view of Holden Lane High School looking north from Milton Road. Berwick Road runs across the middle of the photograph and Milton Road continues on past the school. Originally a mixed secondary school ...

Sneyd Cricket Club ground and spoil tip, Burslem

Sneyd Cricket Club ground was just off Sandbach Road, in the shadow of the spoil tip belonging to Sneyd Colliery and Brickworks. Running through the middle of the photograph are the cables of the aerial ...

Hot Lane and Sneyd Colliery tip, Burslem

A view north east from the top of Hot Lane with the spoil tip belonging to Sneyd Colliery and Brickworks on the right. Crossing the road is the cable of the aerial ropeway which connected the colliery ...

Sneyd Colliery from Nile Street, Burslem

The camera is looking east from the top of Adelaide Street at the junction with Nile Street towards Sneyd Colliery and Brickworks. The colliery eventually had four shafts mining house and steam coal and ...

Sneyd Colliery and spoil tip from Sneyd Street, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking north from Sneyd Street towards the Sneyd Colliery spoil tip that ran alongside Leek New Road. Some of the winding gear is visible behind and to the left of the tip. Immediately in front of the ...

Sneyd Colliery ropeway from Adkins Street, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking north east from the end of Adkins Street towards the pulley wheel and pylon on the end of the aerial ropeway or cableway which connected Sneyd Colliery and Brickworks with its spoil tip. The colliery ...

Norton Colliery from Harrison Road, Norton-in-the-Moors

Norton Colliery is in the centre foreground just beyond the houses. The spoil tip on the horizon belongs to Sneyd Colliery and the flatter, lower ground in between is the valley of the Ford Green Brook. ...

Ford Green Road, Norton-in-the-Moors

The cameraman was on the corner of Adderley Road (left), looking south along Ford Green Road in Norton in the Moors. In the distance Ford Green Road continues uphill towards the Smallthorne roundabouts. ...

The Potteries Die Company, Knypersley Road, Norton-in-the-Moors

The Potteries Die Co. premises on Knypersley Road, Norton. The company started in 1936 making precision moulds and press-tool equipment for the ceramics industry and today is a tool maker for a wide range ...