Here are the details of maps for Stoke on Trent (S):
We have published two versions of this map, showing how the area changed across the years.
The maps cover the southern part of Stoke upon Trent itself, with coverage stretching from St Peter's church southward to Oak Hill, and from Queen's Road eastward to Regent Road.
Features include North Staffordshire Railway with Stoke Junction, NSR Engineering Works and engine sheds; Mount Pleasant area with St Paul's church; California Works, Colonial Pottery, Trent & Mersey Canal, gas works, football ground, tramways and depot, St Peter's church, tileries, Newcastle under Lyme Canal, Oakhill Hall, Boothen area with All Saints church, Boothen Farm, earthenware works, Market Hall, Manor House, Stokeville area, Penkhull area and St Thomas church, Holly Bank, etc. For many the Minton works on London Road will be of especial interest.
The map links up with sheets 18.01 Stoke & Shelton to the north, 18.06 Fenton to the east, 18.09 Trent Vale to the south.
You might find this Index Map useful.