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Car park on Commerce Street, Longton. The bottle kilns of the Chetham Works can be seen in the background.

Car park on Commerce Street, Longton. The bottle kilns of the Chetham Works can be seen in the background.

Longton park with the bandstand in the background

Longton park with the bandstand in the background

A pottery works with its forest of bottle kilns bordering a railway line in Stoke-on-Trent. Bottle kilns have a relatively short working life of about 30 years, so were constantly rebuilt. Due to recent changes in the industry, few of these distinctive monuments survive in the area.

A pottery works with its forest of bottle kilns bordering a railway line in Stoke-on-Trent. Bottle kilns have a relatively short working life of about 30 years, so were constantly rebuilt. Due to recent changes in the industry, few of these distinctive monuments survive in the area.

Victoria Square, Fenton - on the right is the works of Masons Ironstone China  photo: c.1915  The Mason family were producers of the famous 'Patent Ironstone China' - In 1815 George Miles Mason & Charles James Mason moved to the works in what is now Victoria Place

Victoria Square, Fenton - on the right is the works of Masons Ironstone China photo: c.1915 The Mason family were producers of the famous 'Patent Ironstone China' - In 1815 George Miles Mason & Charles James Mason moved to the works in what is now Victoria Place

bottle ovens at the Falcon pottery, Sturgess Street, Stoke

bottle ovens at the Falcon pottery, Sturgess Street, Stoke

The Bell Pottery, Bethesda Street, Hanley - 1953

The Bell Pottery, Bethesda Street, Hanley - 1953

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