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maps of Longton showing the Park Works & Park Place Works location


more photos at the rear of the works

From a map for trade directory 1907

The road running top left to the bottom of the right side is HIGH STREET (Now Uttoxeter Road)
St. James Church can clearly be seen and in the top centre is the police station in Sutherland Road.

In the centre of the map are three potworks:
Park Place Works
Park Works
Albion Works

The three streets running next to them are Chadwick Street, Park Passage (no longer in existence) and Albion Street (renamed Morpeth Street in the 1950's)


Looking down the High Street (now Uttoxeter Road) towards Longton Town
On the left is the Albion Works
Then a gap which was the Park Works
Then the Roslyn and Gladstone Works which are the location of the Park Place Works

Photo: July 2005


From an OS map c. 1900

Red: Park Place Works
Park Works
Albion Works

Park Place Works:
This site was split up into two smaller potbanks. This division of the property is still in evidence today: the Gladstone Pottery and the Park Place Works (now the Roslyn Works) , which lies adjacent to Gladstone, forms the other part of the original property.

Photo of works before restoration. 
Photo of frontage of Gladstone & Roslyn works.

Photos of Gladstone works.
History of Gladstone.


Park Works:
Park works was under the ownership of Charles Allerton & Sons (1859-1942), these works have been demolished and form part of the car park for the Gladstone Museum.

Photo of Park Works


Albion Works:  
The Albion works are still in existence and three business's are in operation: Royal Winton Pottery, Ceramic Gas Products Ltd and Taylor Tunnicliff Ltd. 


more photos at the rear of the works

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 updated 9 July 2005