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Aerial view of the Cheddleton Road area of Leek

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Ashcombe Park,Cheddleton

Originally there was Elizabethan mansion known as Botham Hall built on the site of the current house, surrounded by a deer park. In the late 18th century the house was owned by the Debank family, but ...

Asylum railway, Cheddleton

A view of the electric engine that powered the asylum train serving Leekbrook Asylum. This engine is now at the National Railway Museum in York. This image is taken from the collection of the Churnet ...

Asylum railway, Cheddleton

An electric railway ran from Leekbrook to the asylum at Cheddleton. It ran for about a mile and was under the control of the asylum. It carried everything from the workforce, inmates, food and coal! ...

Asylum tokens, Cheddleton Asylum

Finding the right work for the right patient was vital to the asylum doctors and Superintendent, in order to maximise the therapeutic effect. Cheddleton Superintendent William Menzies was particularly ...

Basford Hall, Cheddleton

The Hall and estate stands on Basford Green within the old Manor of Cheddleton. It came into the possession of the Sneyd family in about 1815. Revd. John Sneyd commissioned the building of 'The Bathhouse' ...

Bridge over Endon Brook, near Cheddleton

View of a bridge over Endon Brook.

Brittain's Paper Mill, Cheddleton

Brittain's paper Mill with the Caldon Canal in the foreground. A paper mill has stood on the present site at Cheddleton since 1797, at this time the paper was made by hand. With the development of the ...

Brittain's Paper Mills, Caldon Canal, Cheddleton

A paper mill has stood on the present site at Cheddleton since 1797, at this time the paper was made by hand. With the development of the paper machine by the Fourdrinier brothers the paper mill became ...

Brittain's Paper Mills, Cheddleton

A view of Brittain's paper Mills at Cheddleton with the Caldon Canal passing by. A paper mill has stood on the present site at Cheddleton since 1797, at this time the paper was made by hand. With the ...

Building Cheddleton Asylum

The asylum at Cheddleton in Staffordshire was built to serve the Pottery towns and the area surrounding Leek. Patients were referred to as "inmates", and anyone from people with a "mild affliction" ...

Caldon Canal at Wall Grange

The Caldon Canal and Churnet Valley Railway at Wall Grange, near Cheddleton. The lane is Sutherland Road.

Caldon Canal, near Consall

A wooden drawbridge on the Caldon Canal , between Cheddleton and Consall. The Caldon Canal was engineered by James Brindley and opened in 1777 as far as Froghall Wharf.

Canal Scene, Cheddleton

A view taken from the road bridge over the Caldon Canal at Cheddleton Wharf looking eastwards. In the background are the chimneys of Brittain's paper mill. A paper mill has stood on the present site ...

Canal wharf buildings, Cheddleton

Wharf buildings on the Caldon Canal at 10, Cheadle Road, Cheddleton.

Cheddelton Flint Mill

The earliest reference to milling at Cheddleton dates back to 1253. The northern mill (right) was built specifically to grind flint for the ceramic industry in the Potteries in about 1760. The southern ...

Cheddelton Flint Mill

The earliest reference to milling at Cheddleton dates back to 1253. The northern mill (just visible on the left hand edge) was built specifically to grind flint for the ceramic industry in the Potteries ...

Cheddelton Flint Mill

Four interior views of Cheddleton Flint Mill showing: colour grinding pans (top left), craftsman's corner (top right), grinding pan (bottom left), and the edge runner mill (bottom right). The earliest ...

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