EPW038488 ENGLAND (1932). The Wengers Ltd Ceramic Colour and Chemical Works and the Etruria Pottery Works, Stoke-on-Trent, 1932

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Details

Title [EPW038488] The Wengers Ltd Ceramic Colour and Chemical Works and the Etruria Pottery Works, Stoke-on-Trent, 1932
Reference EPW038488
Date June-1932
Link
Place name STOKE-ON-TRENT
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 386477, 346923
Longitude / Latitude -2.2016125112664, 53.019128039673
National Grid Reference SJ865469

Pins

another good train spotting place. a brick built "shed" with flat concrete roof. (contained the meters for the stations utilities.)

geoff
Tuesday 27th of January 2015 01:28:53 AM
Cliffe Vale Signal box, possibly a NSR Type 1 design

bescotbeast
Monday 22nd of September 2014 02:28:43 PM
Hartley's engineering company.

gbaddley
Friday 8th of November 2013 08:52:51 AM
Garner Street.

gbaddley
Friday 8th of November 2013 08:51:50 AM
NSR Newcastle branch

bescotbeast
Monday 28th of October 2013 04:58:06 AM
Cockshute sidings

bescotbeast
Monday 28th of October 2013 04:57:10 AM
railway wagon works

bescotbeast
Monday 28th of October 2013 04:56:08 AM
a great place for train spotting c1963

MTaylor
Sunday 27th of October 2013 01:08:51 PM
Etruria station

bescotbeast
Sunday 27th of October 2013 01:59:03 AM
Brake van on the rear of a goods train on the Down Goods

bescotbeast
Sunday 27th of October 2013 01:11:53 AM

User Comment Contributions

Cliffe Vale signal box, possibly a NSR Type 1 design later replaced by an LMS Type 11 design

bescotbeast
Monday 22nd of September 2014 03:02:40 PM