Trentmill Road, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent

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Trentmill Road, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent
also Old Wharf Place


Trentmill Road derives its name from the Upper Botteslow Mill, on the Trent, between at least 1759 and 1912, part of which (in 1960) was still standing at the end of Trentmill Road. Lower Botteslow Mill, a little way downstream was in use by 1792 and still in use in the early 1920's.

The trade directories often did not distinguish between the two Botteslow mills, one of which was a bone mill in 1834, but both were again flint mills by the 1860's

see 1890 OS map of the area


Trentmill Road
Trentmill Road


Old Wharf Place
Old Wharf Place

The weir on the River Trent at the bottom of Trentmill Road
The weir on the River Trent 
at the bottom of Trentmill Road 




photos: April 2001




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