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Historically, there is nothing to prevent the North Staffordshire Coalfield’s Industrial Landscape and the Churnet Valley becoming a World Heritage Site.
The Industrial Revolution, which made Britain “the workshop of the world” began when James Brindley, who lived at Turnhurst near Chell, devised and constructed a national canal network that linked the new industrial towns with the major ports – London, Liverpool, Hull and Bristol. 328 more words
Between 2010 and 2013, SpotlightUK’s historical geographer Betty Cooper and legal historian David Martin undertook extensive major original research into North Staffordshire’s architectural heritage and its socio-economic, legal and administrative history for the Phoenix Trust. 79 more words