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Tams Blyth Works, Uttoxeter Road (was High Street) between Longton and Normacot

 

Tams Blyth Works, Uttoxeter Road (was High Street) between Longton and Normacot
Tams Blyth Works, Uttoxeter Road (was High Street) between Longton and Normacot
photo: Nov 2006

 

Tams Blyth Works c.1960's
Tams Blyth Works c.1960's
photo: Lovatt Collection

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Blyth Works entrance with a Tripartite Window
Blyth Works entrance with a Tripartite Window

John Tams Group PLC
John Tams Group PLC
Earthenware Division
Blyth Works

 


 

 

Normacot end of Uttoxeter Road (was the High Street) in 1922
Normacot end of Uttoxeter Road (was the High Street) in 1922
purple circle is the Blyth Pottery Works

 


map from 1947 Pottery Gazette & Glass Trade Review
 - 25 marks the Blyth Works

23 Avon Art Pottery, Ltd. / Elektra Porcelain Co., Ltd.

24 Taylor & Kent

25 Blyth Pottery (Longton), Ltd. 

26 Thos. C. Wild & Sons, Ltd.

 

 

 

 


 


Uttoxeter Road - looking towards Longton

On the left is the tower of St. James Church

 



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Tams Crown Works in Stafford Street, Longton

Longton potteries - the most polluted of all the North Staffordshire pottery towns

Longton - Longton was at the end of a lane which ran from Tunstall to a village at the end of the lane, hence Longton was known as Lane End, and colloquially as 'Neck End'.


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