Category Archives: Burslem Drawings

Market Place (52 to 36) Burslem

I’d like to welcome new visitors to a small selection of buildings to the north of St John’s Square in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent. It’s hard to picture how much these streets have changed over the last century but The Vanished Landscape … Continue reading

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St John’s Square (west side), Burslem

Terry Hunt of Jollie’s Arts and Crafts shop in Newcastle-under-Lyme used to run the Duke¬† William. He told me that the inside bears little resemblance to the outside as it was built around the bones of an older building. There … Continue reading

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St John’s Square, East, Burslem

Good to be back drawing another street in the historic core of Burslem. Here are the latest sequence of buildings from the east side of St John’s Square.¬† There is plenty written on the historic fabric in the town centre … Continue reading

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Market Place Burslem, North Side

  This fine 19th century building has beautiful ceramic tiles at the gable apex and was once used as meeting rooms for the Liberal Club. It is wonderful to see that since its state of dereliction it has been repaired … Continue reading

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