Pall Mall, Hanley,
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Pall Mall, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent
The view up Pall Mall - Hanley Town Hall in the centre and to the left is BBC Radio Stoke
Hanley Town Hall
originally the Conservative Workingmen's Club in Pall Mall
The view down Pall Mall - at the bottom is the telephone exchange - on the right is the Regent Theatre
photos: March 2010
World War I - Scouts and Guides collecting for the 'Purple Cross Service'
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From "A descriptive
account of The Potteries (illustrated) 1893 advertising and trade journal.
Page 28" we know that Messrs.
Narramore and Goddard,
On the corner of Pall Mall and Marsh Street, opposite the old Theatre Royal was "Mr. Dan Lewis, Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Restaurateur, Pall Mall, Hanley" his business also appeared in the 1893 trade journal.
There was a restaurant and billiard room at the premises in Pall Mall. There were two other similar establishments, run by Dan Lewis, one at 99 Stafford Street and one at 30 Tontine Street.
Did you live in this street or
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