Lichfield Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent

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Lichfield Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent


The Albion Hotel - Hanley
The Albion Hotel - Hanley

Corner of Lichfield Street and Old Hall Street 
photo taken 1999

The Albion Hotel, built 1902 is a fine example of Edwardian Architecture. Red brick with a stucco ground floor. There are many embellishments such as the intricately patterned gable ends and the half cylinder oriel window at the first-floor level.
The building behind is Blackburn House, the Inland Revenue tax office. 

Top of Lichfield Street
Top of Lichfield Street

Photo taken 2000 from the Bus Station car park in Birch Terrace. The white building on the right is the Albion Hotel - on the left is the C&A store in Stafford Street (this was the site of the Albion Pottery Works). Turning left out of Lichfield Street is Albion Street which runs past Hanley Town Hall.

photo: 2000

this 1898 map shows Albion Square at the
top of Lichfield Street - P.H. marks the location of
the Albion Hotel.

Where C&A is in the photograph stood the pottery
factory "Albion Works"

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