Scotia Works, Burslem


Index for Bodley of the Scotia Works.

From To Occupier Comments
1857 1862 James Vernon This works was originally the parish workshop of Burslem and was converted into a potworks by James Vernon
1862   Bodley & Harrold  
    Edward F Bodley & Co  
1880 1881 Edward F Bodley & Sons moved to the New Bridge Pottery, Longport. (formerly Davenports)
1894 1933 The Burslem Pottery Co. Ltd From 1894 to 1933 the Scotia Works were operated by the brothers C.F. and A. Bailey as The Burslem Pottery Co. Ltd
c.1925 c.1956 Alcock, Lindley and Bloore c.1925 Messrs. Alcock, Lindley and Bloore (who also had pottery works in Hanley) purchased the Scotia Works in Burslem. 
The Burslem Pottery Co. Ltd also continued to operate at the Scotia Works until c.1933.
The factory was demolished in 1956.
Alcock, Lindley & Bloore continued until c.1979 at works in Hanley. 


Scotia Works, Burslem 
on the corner of Overhouse Street, Wedgwood Place and Scotia Road
photo: E. J. D. Warrillow collection

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