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    Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This is one of a pair of canal tunnel portals It was built in 1824 7 by Thomas Telford It s pair was built in 1866 7 The whole canal was one of the earliest canals built It was built by James Brindley and also supported by the potter and industrialist Josiah Wedgwood Both men could see the benefits of being able

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    click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This was formerly known as Cobridge Bottle kiln It was built in 1913 for W Moorcroft Ltd to produce Florian ware The works were designed to reflect concerns about health and hygiene in Stoke On Trent at the time The structure was one of the first single storey factories to be built in

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    Corbridge Northumberland click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Walker s Pottery operated from the early 19th century until c1914 It made pipes tiles and low grade pottery for agricultural use as well as bricks It is one of the few remaining examples of a Tyne Valley rural pottery Read official list description Download the Brick Making Teacher s Kit

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    Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites An interior view of a large workshop at the Chance Brothers glass works showing workers at various types of machinery used in the glassmaking and finishing processes The glassworks was established in the early nineteenth century and produced window optical and specialist glass of all kinds including window glass for the Houses of Parliament in London This photograph was taken for

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    here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites View inside a traditional Staffordshire bottle kiln or oven showing men setting saggars containing pottery wares in preparation for firing Saggars were special pottery cases made to protect more delicate pieces of clay pottery from being makrked by flames or smoke when they were being fired The exact location of the photograph is not

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    HE Archive HE Images Historic England Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Removing flaws Pottery Works Stoke on Trent click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Inside view of an unidentified pottery works in Stoke on Trent showing a woman removing flaws from newly made pots Copyright English Heritage NMR Reference aa061112 Location Stoke on Trent Stoke on

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    few of these distinctive monuments survive in the area Add to My Favourites Reproduced by permission of English Heritage NMR Workers at Osram Glass Works Newcastle upon Tyne Tyne and Wear This period picture shows workers clearing the broken glass and debris from machines at the plant while the apprentices look on Note how young the apprentices seem to be Add to My Favourites Reproduced by permission of English Heritage NMR Moulding glass Osram Glass Works Newcastle upon Tyne Tyne and Wear Here a glass vessel is being formed in a mould This method of glass manufacture has a history going back about 5 000 years Glass production is often centred around areas rich fuels such as coal Add to My Favourites Reproduced by permission of English Heritage NMR Glass blowing Osram Glass Works Newcastle upon Tyne Tyne and Wear The method of forming hollow vessels by blowing a blob of molten glass through a pipe dates to about 50 BC The procedure was honed in the Middle Ages especially in Venice This man is following in a long tradition of glass blowers Add to My Favourites Mr Bob Cottrell ARPS AFIAP DPAGB Source English H Lemington Cone Throckley Tyne and Wear This cone was built in c1787 for the Northumberland Glass Company It is now the only surviving glasshouse on the Tyne an area famous since the early 17th century for the manufacture of glass Read official list description Add to My Favourites Paul Eggleston Source English Heritage NMR The Glassworks Cone Catcliffe South Yorkshire This cone shaped building was built in 1740 for William Fenney He had previously managed a nearby Glasshouse owned by his mother in law Eventually the Catcliffe Glasshouse passed into the hands of Henry Blunn before its closure in 1884 1887 It then re opened briefly in 1900 The cone is now the oldest surviving structure of its type in Western Europe and one of only four to remain in the United Kingdom Read official list description Add to My Favourites Mr Brian Peach LRPS Source English Heritage NMR Etruscan Bone Mill Stoke on Trent This complete range of buildings includes a calcining kiln bone crushing workshops and an engine house These all made products that were needed to make pottery They were built in 1857 All of the working equipment within them survives It has been restored as a working museum Read official list description Add to My Favourites Mr Donald Pittman Source English Heritage NMR Former Gladstone and Park Place Roslyn Works Longton Stoke on Trent This former pottery works is now a working museum Most of the buildings date to c1860 There were pottery works on the site before this date Read official list description Add to My Favourites Mr Clive Shenton Source English Heritage NMR Trent and Mersey Canal Tunnel portals Tunstall Stoke on Trent This is one of a pair of canal tunnel portals It was built in 1824 7 by Thomas Telford It s pair was built in

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    Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites The furnace appears to have been constructed around the year 1733 and remained in use until 1875 In its latter years there was a shift to crucible steel production Excavations also revealed deposits of iron and steel slag within the southern building suggesting that it may have been used for forging or smithing This property is now in the care of

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