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Stoke on Trent

Discover the hidden gems and top attractions of Stoke on Trent. Plan your visit to this charming city and experience the rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning architecture it has to offer.
Street Pictures, Old Pictures, Granville Street, City Works, Waterloo Road, Breathtaking Photography, City Road, Stoke City, New Roads

We have delved deep into our archive to find some wonderful pictures of the six towns of Stoke-on-Trent from days gone by. Take a look through to see how Burslem, Tunstall, Hanley, Stoke, Longton and Fenton have changed over the years. These 42 pictures show the towns how they used to be - so take a look through to see if you recognise any of the buildings or roads.... or remember the fashions!

Rod Devall
Town Road, Hanley 1973 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Local History, Family History, Old Train Station, Old Pottery, Hanley, Old Street, Wonderful Picture

There have been many, many changes in Hanley in recent years. Not only has the skyline altered dramatically, but you will see from these pictures that the street scene has also changed too - and long gone are some of our favourite High Street shops. We have delved deep into our archive here at StokeonTrentLive to find some of the best pictures from the Seventies. Here you will find photographs of Fountain Square, Hanley Park, Town Road and Parliament Row - as well as a few pictures of Hanley…

Susan Sturman
29 lost nostalgia pictures of Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire and South Cheshire by renowned Sentinel photographer Ted Stringer - Stoke-on-Trent Live History Photos, Stoke On Trent, Sentinel, 35mm Film, Black And White Photographs, Staffordshire, 40 Years, Ancestry, Locals

Renowned Sentinel photographer Ted Stringer died last month at the age of 91. Ted, from Newcastle-under-Lyme, was a journalist for almost 40 years after working down the mines as a Bevin Boy. He joined The Sentinel in 1950 and his career spanned major changes in the industry - including the switch from plate photography and flash bulbs through to the use of 35mm film. With the blessing of his family, and as a tribute to Ted, we are publishing galleries of photographs found at his home…

Lee Atkinson
Rail Disasters, Railway Accidents, Trinity House, Stoke City, British Rail, Train Pictures, Diesel Locomotive, Stoke On Trent, Hang Over

Dear Happy Ghosts, was an exhibition of over eighty years of press photographs from The Sentinel. From news stories, sport and features, these pictures will give you a wonderfully evocative and nostalgic look at life throughout Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire. In this gallery of photographs from Sentinel photographers past and present, you will see images that have captured life here in North Staffordshire - from the cleaning of the angel on top of Burslem Town Hall to Sir Stanley…

Gary Tasker

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