Pic sent in by........Alison Powell Who remembers the coalman traipsing through the scullery & dirtying up the lino on his way out the back to the coal bunker?

The Coalman; another typical picture from my childhood. and the coal was delivered right to our coal bunker. Our coal man was called Mr Earthy

Street art. #streetart

Street art. #streetart

Newcastle baths, 1950s

Newcastle baths, 1950s

Collecting coal spillings at Longton Wharf - c.1910

Collecting coal spillings at Longton Wharf -

Hanley

Hanley

A later photograph of the brook, before housing was built on both sides of the lane and the brook was hidden in a culvert.

A later photograph of the brook, before housing was built on both sides of the lane and the brook was hidden in a culvert.

Stoke on Trent photo memories.

Stoke on Trent photo memories.

NewsFile | BBC Two’s The Great Pottery Throw Down Premiers with Mixed Reviews

Great pottery throw down. Keith is awesome!

Hanley: The Bert Bentley Collection on Stoke Sentinel. Lamb Street from top of Market Square.

Hanley: The Bert Bentley Collection on Stoke Sentinel. Lamb Street from top of Market Square.

Capitol Cinema, Goodson Street, Hanley

Capitol Cinema, Goodson Street, Hanley - seemed like fun at the time

Back gates of factory (circa 1930). View from Mill Street, Diglis showing the great bottles and the tall chimneys for enamels being worked on.

Back gates of factory (circa View from Mill Street, Diglis showing the great bottles and the tall chimneys for enamels being worked on.

Back gates of factory (circa 1930). View from Mill Street, Diglis showing the great bottles and the tall chimneys for enamels being worked on.

Back gates of factory (circa View from Mill Street, Diglis showing the great bottles and the tall chimneys for enamels being worked on.

Stoke City: Happy birthday to the Victoria Ground - thanks for the memories | Stoke Sentinel

Stoke City: Happy birthday to the Victoria Ground - thanks for the memories

Here’s one of two special Collection Selections: the result of the opening of the Daily Herald Archive to the Pararchive: Open Access Community Storytelling and the

Framing Stoke-on-Trent: The Potteries in the Daily Herald Archive - Collection Selections - Collections - National Media Museum

Stoke On Trent

1937 High Street looking toward Red Lion Square.

1937 High Street looking toward Red Lion Square.

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