Etruria Industrial Museum. Courtesy of Stoke-on-Trent Museums
The Etruria Industrial Museum is a canal-side monument to Stoke-on-Trent's ceramic-making heritage. Built in 1857 to grind materials for the many potteries operating in the area, it ceased production in 1972 but retains all the original steam-powered machinery.
By Car: from the M6 follow the A500 and take the A5006 towards the city centre, then follow the signs for Etruria.
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