Regent Road, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent

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Regent Road, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent


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Regent Road runs from Lichfield Street (which is part of the main road from Hanley through Fenton to Longton) down past Hanley Park, to what is now Collage Road where Cauldon Collage stands on the site of the old pottery works of Brown-Westhead and Moore. At the junction of Regent Road and Bethesda Street once stood the old cattle market.

Regent Road used to be Regent Road, Hawksmore Street and Regent Road South - in the early 1950's it was all renamed as Regent Road.

Regent Road, Hanley - looking towards Litchfield Street
photo 1999
Regent Road, Hanley - looking towards Litchfield Street, Hanley Park is behind the viewer. The street on the left is Bethesda Street. The 1898 OS map of Hanley & Etruria mark this area as 'Eastwood' 


 

House on Regent Road, the tiles used on the house are identical to those used on the small A. Wood factory opposite.
photo 1999
House on Regent Road, the tiles used on the house are identical to those used on the small A. Wood factory opposite.



 

picture: Matthew Rice - The Lost City of Stoke-on-Trent

 


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