Stafford Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent

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Stafford Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent

1989 map of the Stafford Street Area
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Stafford Street runs from Lichfield Street to a complex junction of Hope Street, New Hall Street and Quadrant Road. Before the building of Quadrant Road Bryan Street (part of which was taken up by Quadrant Road) also formed part of this junction.

Important roads which run off the length of Stafford Street are Percy Street and Piccadilly (which join at Crown Bank) and Trinity Street and Lamb Street (which join near Miles Bank)

On the 1898 OS map the tramway from Stoke which ran up Stoke Road, Broad Street and Piccadilly can be seen as it joins Stafford Street and then Hope Street on its way to Burslem.

75 and 77 Stafford Street, Hanley were occupied by Mr. W. Teeton, Wholesale and Retail Draper, Hosier,Haberdasher, Boot and Shoe Factor, etc.,

From: "A descriptive account of The Potteries (illustrated)
1893 advertising and trade journal. Page 32"

on the journal entry



Stafford Street Works of Bishop and Stonier
Stafford Street Works of Bishop and Stonier 

These works were one of two very large works in Stafford Street.
The Bishop and Stonier works shown above (from a 1893 advertising and trade journal ) were located where Lewis's (now, in 2000, Debenham's) Store is. The other was the Albion Works in Albion Square at the Lichfield Street end of Stafford Street, where the C & A store is.


on Bishop and Stonier

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