Date: 1843 – 1862 (c.)
Description: This is an Ansells public house. The irregular shaped two storey building has a rear projection and cellar and is constucted in red flemish bond with a tiled roof and stack. The main entrance is a large doorway with timber lintel. This modern pub front also has three sash windows, two with plain stone sills and the other with a brick sill.
Original Source: The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Reproduced from: Staffordshire PastTrack