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Minton's Old Factory, London Road, Stoke upon Trent

A view north along London Road towards the centre of Stoke with Minton's Old Factory on the right. Minton had a factory on this site from the 1790s until closure in 2002. Supermarkets now occupy the site. ...

Campbell Tile Co., London Road, Stoke upon Trent

The Campbell Tile Co. works and the adjoining Minton works in Stoke. A view north along London Road with Sturgess Street on the left (by the Overall Shop). The chimney at the end of road is at W T Copeland's ...

New Hall Pottery, New Hall Street, Hanley

The photograph shows a view west along New Hall Street towards the junction with Marsh Street and York Street. The bulk of the pottery site lies behind these two buildings on New Hall Street (the top ...

New Hall Pottery, Hanley

The photograph shows the entrance to the showroom and offices for the New Hall Pottery in New Hall Street, Hanley. The bulk of the manufactory is behind this building, on York Street. This building was ...

Stoke upon Trent Town Hall, Glebe Street.

This view north along Glebe Street was taken around 1900. Stoke Town Hall is on the left, the façade is much as today. To the right behind the tree is the corner of Brook Street. In the centre directly ...

Stoke upon Trent Town Hall, Glebe Street

This 1904 view along Glebe Street shows on the left, St Peter's Cambers, the Town Hall and the Glebe public house. The road between St Peter's Chambers (now demolished) and the Town Hall became Kingsway. ...

Campbell Road, Stoke-on-Trent

A view south along Campbell Road from the corner of Boothen Old Road. To the right is part of the Michelin factory and on the left, Staffordshire Public Works Co. Ltd, an engineering firm. This factory ...

Campbell Road, Stoke-on-Trent

A view south along tree lined Campbell Road from the junction with Spode Street. The United Cooperative Laundries building was off to the right. The road is lined with terraced houses with local shops. ...

United Co-Operative Laundries Association, Campbell Road, Stoke-on-Trent

The United Co-operative Laundry building was on the west side of Campbell road, just south of Spode Street. The original building has been demolished. As part of the Co-operative Society movement, the ...

Spoutfield Tilery, Stoke-on-Trent

Coal fired beehive ovens with their chimneys at John Caddick & Sons Spoutfield Tilery at the corner of Brick Kiln Lane and Shelton New Road. Just below the iron bands around the oven can be seen the ...

Spoutfield Tilery, Stoke-on-Trent

This photographs shows some of the intermittent coal fired brick and tile ovens at John Caddick & Sons Spoutfields Tilery. The tilery was on the corner of Brick Kiln Lane and Shelton New Road in Cliff ...

Shorter & Sons Art Glaze Pottery, Copeland Street, Stoke upon Trent

Shorter & Sons Art Glaze Pottery was at the north end of Copeland Street, close to its junction with Liverpool Road. The Company started as Shorter & Boulton and initially produced Majolica wares. By ...

Shorter & Sons Art Glaze Pottery, Copeland Street, Stoke upon Trent

Shorter & Sons Art Glaze Pottery was at the north end of Copeland Street near its junction with Liverpool Road. The site of the factory lies beneath the A500 (Queensway) intersection. The necks of two ...

Newcastle under Lyme Canal at Copeland Street, Stoke-upon-Trent

A view along the Newcastle under Lyme Canal where it leaves the Trent & Mersey Canal in Stoke on Trent. The photograph is taken from the bridge at the junction with the Trent & Mersey: the bridge in the ...

Junction of Trent and Mersey and Newcastle under Lyme Canals, Stoke upon Trent

This photograph, taken from Glebe Street bridge, shows the junction of the Newcastle under Lyme Canal (left) with the Trent and Mersey Canal. The camera is looking towards Etruria; the gas holders in ...

Howson's Sanitary ware, Lichfield Street, Hanley

The photograph shows the rear entrance to George Howson's Sanitary ware works in Lichfield Street, Hanley. George Howson set up his Eastwood Sanitary Works in Hanley in 1865-67 backing onto the Caldon ...

Howson's bottle ovens, Eastwood Works, Hanley

George Howson & Sons were manufacturers of sanitary ware at the Eastwood Works in Hanley. The company started in the 1860s and was finally sold to Armitage Shanks in 1966. The photograph shows the bottle ...

The North Stafford Hotel, Stoke-on-Trent

The main entrance to North Stafford Hotel in Winton Square, from Station Road. The building dates from 1863 but is Elizabethan and Jacobean in style. It was built as an integral part of Stoke Station ...