Collection: St James' Church from Webberley Lane, Longton

St. James' Church in Longton, also known as St James-the-Less, is a remarkable structure with a history as rich as its architecture. Built in 1833-4 by the Church Building Commissioners, this Gothic building is made of Hollington stone. The design is crafted by the architect James Trubshaw, who is also known for his work on St. Peter's Church in Stoke.

This photograph captures a tranquil view down Webberley Lane, leading the eye towards the historic church. The composition balances urban charm with natural foliage, as the trees frame the scene. Classic lamp posts line the walkway, adding a touch of nostalgia to the modern day.