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Brough, Nicholson & Hall's Cross Street Mill, Leek

The bridge and Fountain Mill, to the left, were demolished in 1968. Cross Street Mill, to the right, remains. The firm were manufacturers of "sewing silks, braids, bindings, trimmings etc", and were ...

Brough, Nicholson & Halls' factory, Cross Street/Fountain Street, Leek

The firm were manufacturers of "sewing silks, braids, bindings, trimmings etc", and were prize winners at the Great Exhibition in 1851, and several later European exhibitions. This etching of their premises ...

Bus drivers’ uniforms made at Enderley Mills, Newcastle-under-Lyme

New design of bus drivers' uniforms made for Potteries Motor Transport by J Hammond & Co at Enderley Mills in 1968. Enderley Mills were founded in 1881 by Richard Stanway and specialised in the manufacture ...

California Mill, Horton Street, Leek

The building supposedly dates from the 1820s, making it the oldest brick textile mill still in use in the north of England. All the manufacturing processes are based on the single site, making it an example ...

Canteen, Job White & Sons Ltd., Leek

This photograph was taken at 1 o'clock, the end of the lunch hour (shown on the clock). It was obviously winter-time as most of the workers are wearing their winter coats, and some of the ladies even ...

Caroline Street and the Congregational Chapel, Longton

A view east along Caroline Street towards Longton railway bridge and Longton Town Hall.. At the far end, on the right, is the sign for the Belstaff clothing factory. A Congregational Chapel (also known ...

Caroline Street, Longton

This is a view north east along Caroline Street in Longton from close to the railway bridge. The Belstaff clothing factory is on both sides of the street just beyond The Roebuck public house (No 5 Caroline ...

Cheadle Mill, Tape Street

The mills on Tape Street were built by J. & N. Philips of Tean, cotton tape manufacturers, in the 1790s. The main three-storey building was built in about 1823.

Cheadle Mills, Tape Street

A view of the top floor interior of the Tape Street mill. The mills on Tape Street were built by J. & N. Philips of Tean, cotton tape manufacturers, in the 1790s. The main three-storey building was built ...

Cheadle Mills, Tape Street

A view of the first floor interior of the Tape Street mills. The mills on Tape Street were built by J. & N. Philips of Tean, cotton tape manufacturers, in the 1790s. The main three-storey building was ...

Cheddleton

View of Cheddleton Silk Mill from the north west, with the Caldon canal to the right. The stone ground floor is part of an older building which was converted into a silk factory in the late 18th or early ...

Cheddleton Flint Mill and Silk Mill

From left to right can be seen the Flint Mill , Mill House and Silk Mill.

Chromo Pottery Transfers Ltd., Meigh Street, Hanley.

This works was on the corner of Meigh Street and Burton Place in Hanley. It was the site of the Corona clothing works and before that the Corona Pottery. Now demolished, the land is now the rear of Marks ...

Clough Street, Hanley

North Staffs Joinery and William Fleet (carpets and upholstery) had their premises on Clough Street, on the Corner of Mersey Street. Mersey Street is at the eastern end of Clough Street, the buildings ...

Cotton Mill, Mayfield

Mayfield Mill has a long history of textile production dating back to 1795 when a cotton mill was built on what was already an industrial site. Following a fire in 1806, which resulted in the destruction ...

Cotton Mill, Mayfield

Mayfield Mill has a long history of textile production dating back to 1795 when a cotton mill was built on what was already an industrial site. Following a fire in 1806, which resulted in the destruction ...

Cotton Mill, Mayfield

Mayfield Mill has a long history of textile production dating back to 1795 when a cotton mill was built on what was already an industrial site. Following a fire in 1806, which resulted in the destruction ...

Croft Mill, Upper Tean