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Report - Morrilew Pottery Stoke On Trent 04-2011

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Morrilew Pottery or better known as Middleport Flour Mill or locally known as Port Vale Corn Mill. sitting on the banks of the Trent and Mersey canal at Milvale Street Middleport, the mill opened sometime around 1844 and has operated under various owenerships as a flour mill until 1924, parts of this flour mill can still be seen in small parts the building, insets of the mill stones can be seen on the first floor. More recently the mill was used as a pottery and there is evidence everywhere of this, out of the potteries my self and oldskool took on this had to be the best some we didn't evan bother with but thats a report to follow. there is a lot to see here and I'm sure i will visit again next time I'm in stoke. well worth a look in if you planning on doing a pottery tour.

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