"Potteries" sign written panel and artwork hand-painted on one side of the narrow boat
"The Potteries" narrow boat sits proudly in the water.
This panel of the mural shows a local Smithy.
The potteries of Stoke-on-Trent stir great feelings of nostalgia
Artwork on narrow boat depicting the Wedgewood factory in its hayday
Front left hand side of the narrow boat mural
Narrow boat panel shows a pottery ruin on a canal, with Estruria (Wedgewood) and Middleport distances on a marker
Mural panel depicts Middleport Pottery, here painted from a photo captured in the 60s, and now featuring on the BBC's "Great Pottery Throwdown"
Amusingly, a toilet block!
Industrial scene of a local mine, with the potteries in the background skyline
This panel of the mural shows a working street scene in Stoke-on-Trent around the year 1900
a working street scene detail
This part of the mural depicts the Moorcroft Pottery, which still stands as a museum, but only one bottle kiln remains today
Burslam Town Hall, in a field!
Detail of the fields with smokey potteries in the distance
Artwork Detail of a peaceful memory of working life on the canals
A most interesting subject matter
and enjoyable commission this one, painted back in 2011.