The Big Works, Stoke-upon-Trent
 


 

 

The tunnels where the canal enters Stoke town c.1890
The tunnels where the Newcastle canal enters Stoke town c.1890

To the left are the imposing industrial buildings of Minton, with a long three-story building, rising to four storeys in the centre

This photo shows this location where the canal goes into two tunnels - one to the right into the Wolfe "Big Works" [at the time of this photo the works were operated by Adams] and one under Stoke town centre and onto the Trent and Mersey canal. Above the tunnels is the flint mill.
on the Newcastle Canal

 


 

 


factory exterior of Minton's Old Factory, London Road, Stoke
showing the bottle kilns and a view of the roof of the terraced houses.
photo: c.1950

This photograph is part of the collections at Stoke-on-Trent Museums.
Copyright   Staffordshire PastTrack
 


Sources: 
Jewitt's "Ceramic Art of Great Britain, 1800-1900". 
Godden, "Encyclopedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks" 

Questions/comments? email: Steve Birks

28 August 2005