Here are the details of maps for Fenton:
We have published two versions of this map, showing how the area changed across the years.
The maps give good coverage of Fenton, the 'Sixth Town' which seems to have been ignored by Arnold Bennett. Coverage stretches from Regent Road and Wellington Street eastward to Priors Fields, and from Grove Road northward to Fenton Park.
Features (from 1937 map) include railway with Fenton station, Glebe Collieries and Brick Works, Christ Church, St Mary's Church, Old Town Hall, Great Fenton House, Baker's Mill, St Michael & All Angels Church, Workshops for the Blind, Fenton Park, Oldfield Brick Works, Etna Works, Wilton Pottery, St Matthew's Church, Minerva China Works, Foley China Works, Foley Potteries, Clarence Works, Golden Hill etc
The maps include extracts from contemporary dirctories as well as a specially written introduction.
The map links up with sheets 18.02 Hanley SE to the north, 18.05Stoke (South) to the west, 18.07 Adderley Green to the east, 18.10 Longton West to the south.
You might find this Index Map useful.