The Gilded Angel stands atop the clock tower of the old Burslem town hall in the large photo on page 4.
Not far away down Nile Street is the now deserted factory where once the prestige tableware of Royal Doulton was manufactured, seen in the top picture on page 5.
Below this is a photo of a housing regeneration project under construction, there is an increasing number of these in Stoke-on-Trent.
Page 6 has two photographs showing a building project further north in Tunstall.
Going south now to Hanley there is the Mitchell Memorial theatre next to what was once a cinema and bowling alley, now being cleared for further new projects.
The land around the bottle kilns used to be a pottery works, now all that is left are listed buildings to be incorporated into new buildings.
On page 8 the top photo shows a sculpture dedicated to the industrial heritage of Stoke-on-Trent standing in a landscaped area with the Sentinel Office and print works behind, once occupied by Shelton Steel works.
The lower photo is still taken from within the boundary of Stoke-on-Trent near to Brown Edge Schools, a village nestling on the hillside of the valley where the River Trent begins. The city can be seen in the distance.
Page 9 has a view from the same place towards Mow Cop over the rolling fields towards Biddulph.
The final photograph was taken in the early hours of a winters morning in one of the many Victorian Parks within the city, this is the lake in Hanley Park.
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