Clough Street, Hanley,
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Clough Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent
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)
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".
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