Pevsner and the Buildings of Stoke-on-Trent
 

Outer Tunstall

 


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 St John, High Street, Goldenhill (n). 1840-1 by Stanley of Shelton.
Brick, Norman, with a w tower with spire. Single, tall, shafted, round-headed lancets. Lombard friezes, but triangular instead of arched. Very short, narrow chancel. Open timber roof.

St John the Evangelist - Goldenhill
St John the Evangelist - Goldenhill

photo - Peter Bennett c.1996

photo - Alf Beard 2005

 


St Mary, Hammond Street (sw). 1858-9 J. W. & J. Hay of Liverpool. Not like most of their other work.
Brick, with a ne steeple. Big lancets. Next door the uncommonly excellent school. Five bays, brick and Gothic, the style used, however - as Webb did - as ground-work only. No frills, nothing picturesque - just a functional front.



Central Methodist Chapel, Calver Street, close to St Mary. 1822, enlarged 1832, but the showy facade of 1860.
Ashlar, of five bays, with a three-bay pediment and a big three-bay segmental porch.

 


Westcliffe Institution, Turnhurst Road (ne). The former workhouse.
The core is of 1838-9. To this belongs the yellow brick range in Tudor Gothic. Many additions.

 

Wolstanton and Burslem western infirmary block from the north-west
Wolstanton and Burslem western infirmary block from the north-west
photo:   Peter Higginbotham - 2001

 

 


Former Greenfield Pottery, Furlong Road (ne). The old building, dated 1818, stands at r. angles to the street. It is of two storeys and has a pediment.

 


Venetian Window and date stone at Greenfields Pottery, Tunstall

photo: Potworks

- building since demolished -

 

 


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