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Stoke on Trent City Archives

Stoke-on-Trent City Archives
City Central Library
Bethesda Street
Hanley
Stoke on Trent
ST1 3RS

Contact

Telephone: 01782 238420

Email: stoke.archives@stoke.gov.uk 

Our online catalogue: Gateway to the Past

Notice of suspension of services

Due to the current health emergency Stoke on Trent City Archives, Libraries and Museums are closed to the public and most services are suspended until further notice.

We will continue to respond to enquiries by email or letter as far as we are able.

Please see the Coronavirus update page for further information.

Bank holiday closures

Access and facilities

Parking arrangements

There is no public car park at the city central library. View more about car parking on the city council website.

Disabled badge holders may park for 3 hours without charge in on-street car parking bays and all day in off-street car parks.

Public Transport

Stoke on Trent rail station is about 1½ miles from the city central library. All buses from the stop directly outside the rail station serve Hanley city centre.

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