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Report - Nelson Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, 09/02/10

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Ok here goes.

This is my first report. This one has been covered on here before, though not recently. The reason i chose it is because it's due to be demolished very soon (so i hear from the council anyway).

You may know this as many other names, ie croft or milton pottery. But it was originaly called Nelson Pottery, owned by Elijah Cotton, as a pottery historian told me recently. Built in 1885, this really is one of the oldest still standing, ceased working about 5 years ago.

Be nice

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