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Buckley Potteries Walk leaflet: referring to number 5"

Saint Matthew's Parish Church, Church Road, Buckley


Many details have changed in Buckley's landscape since this leaflet was published

see 17.56 for the cover, 17.57 for the map and 17.58 - 17.60 and 17.62 - 17.67 for the rest of the illustrations and numbered text. Drawing by James Bentley.


4.On down Church Road, gates and gateposts mark the point where the first standard gauge railway crossed the road, linking Buckley with Connah's Quay. (2004-long demolished; now Park Walk)


5.In St. Matthew's Churchyard a pottery grave monument to the south east of the church commemorates the death in 1876 of little Hannah Krohn. Pottery was used for making all sorts of things including chimney pots, garden seats and a wide range of household items.




Author: Buckley Clay Industries Committee


Year = 1976

Building = Religious

Document = Map

Event = Funeral

Gender = Female

Landscape = Urban

People = Single

Extra = 1970s

Extra = Visual Arts

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