Fire Station, Fenton.

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Description:The fire station was built by Fenton Borough Council in 1909, a year before the Federation of the six towns. The bell tower is in the Norman style and the whole structure is of red brick.
The fire services were moved to Hanley and Longton in the 1920’s. Photographed by Mr Elliott.

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Source: The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

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