Clough Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent

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Clough Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent



Clough Street runs from Marsh Street South at the top to Etruria Vale Road at the bottom. Where it joins Etruria Vale Road we find Etruria Park.

On the 1890 OS map Clough Street only ran as far as the junction with Slipperly Lane and only a footpath continued a winding route to Etruria Wharf on the Caldon Canal. 

At the end of Clough Street was the Rowhurst Pits of Shelton Colliery, there was a railway goods depot and goods shed; the railway siding ran through Rowhurst Pit to the nearby Shelton Iron & Steel Works


From "A descriptive account of The Potteries (illustrated)
1893 advertising and trade journal. Page 42" we find
Mr. W. Y. Colclough, Wholesale Grocer, Clough Street, Hanley.
on the journal entry

Also from page 45 of the journal we have a " Mr. John William Brindley, Builders' Merchant, Providence Saw Mills, Clough Street, Hanley" - "a resident of Burslem and a member of the Wesleyan Methodist church".
  on the entry for Brindley







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