|Architects associated with the Potteries|
Architect b. d. Buildings designed Campbell, William 1860-
Dane, Ralph 1830-1915 Hanley public baths.
Buildings on the Sneyd estate at Keele.
Ford, George B. 1833-1902 Burslem Board Schools.
Clowes Memorial Church.
Heathcote Tatham, Charles
Mausoleum, Trentham Kipling, John L. 1837-1911 designed facade of Wedgwood Institute, Burslem.
1829-1921 'The Villas' Stoke.
Stoke-on-Trent Free Library and Baths.
Stoke Market Complex.
North Staffordshire Infirmary, Hartshill.
Chapels, Hartshill Cemetery
replacement Christ Church, Fenton.
Scott, George Gilbert
1811-1878 Holy Trinity Church and school, Hartshill.
Minton cottages and Institute, Hartshill.
St. Thomas Church, Penkhull.
Church of the Resurrection, Longton
Scrivener, Robert 1812-1878 Twyfords Cliffe Vale works.
Queens Hotel, Hanley (which became the Town Hall)
Mechanics' Institution, Hanley.
Scrivener, Alexander 1852-1921 St. Paul's Church, Newcastle-under-Lyme
1801-? Stoke Town Hall.
Houses in Brook Street, Stoke
Original Christchurch, Fenton
Wood, Absalom R. 1851-1922 Primitive Methodist school, Tunstall.
Baptist Tabernacle, Burslem.
Congregational Church, Tunstall.
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Wolstanton.
Town Hall, Tunstall.
Congregational Church, Burslem.
St. Andrew's Church, Porthill.
Christ Church, Tunstall (transepts/chancel)
Library, Science & Art school Tunstall.
Fire Station, Tunstall.
Public Library & Museum, Tunstall.
Victoria Institute, Kidsgrove.
Clock Tower, Tunstall.
Jubilee Methodist chapel, Tunstall (facade).
School of Art (Burslem).
Art Nouveau shop front, Tunstall.
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updated: 2 December 2007