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The Staffordshire Potteries Water Board, Hanley
The Staffordshire Potteries Water Board, Hanley
pen drawing by Neville Malkin - August 1975

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Listed Buildings in Stoke-on-Trent and area

Former Potteries Water Board, Hanley


Area
Hanley
Street
Bethesda Street (east Side)
Heritage No.
44a
Grade
II
Date Listed
19 April 1972
Building: Public House
Location: STOKE ON TRENT SJ8847
Description:  1860 ITALIANATE RED BRICK BLT, FORMER STAFFS POTTERIES WATER BOARD


former premises of Staffs Potteries Water Board
former premises of Staffs Potteries Water Board
(to the left)

 

Italianate style building with ornamental brick
Italianate style building with ornamental brick

photos: Steve Birks - Oct 1999

 


View from Albion Street - looking into Bethesda Street

 Mr Brian Peach - April 2001


Public House including former premises of Staffs Potteries Water Board. Mid 19th Century, brick with stuccoed dressings, slate roof.

Eastern section of 2 storeys and 5 bays with central doorway in pedimented case with Corinthian fluted shafts.

Small paned window beyond replace original mullioned and transomed lights which survive elsewhere. Lower windows have pedimented heads, upper windows have round-arched heads with slight entablature over, and foliate spandrels. Oversailing eaves carried on consoles.

To the right, (No. 1 Bethesda St.), an adjoining building now in the same occupation is in Italianate style with ornamental brick and tile work to triple round-arched windows on each floor.

Tiled eaves band. Upper storey recessed between pilasters. 4 bays to Bethesda Street with stone architrave to doorway to the right.


 


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