Stoke-on-Trent
(United Kingdom)


Through most of 2008, the public of Stoke on Trent were asked by the owners of the game, "Winning Moves", which famous sites across the city they would like to see on a new, Potteries version of Monopoly.

Of the city's famous Victorian town halls, the public voted for Burslem and Stoke (the King's Hall).

Of the city's museums, The City Museum, the Gladstone and the Etruria Industrial Museum made the final cut.

From its sporting heritage, Stoke City's Britannia Stadium, and Port Vale's Vale Park made it to the board – as well as Loomer Road Stadium (home of Stoke Speedway), even though that is officially in Newcastle under Lyme!

Waterways enthusiasts will also be pleased by the fact that the canal history of the area is not forgotten, with the Caldon and the Trent & Mersey Canals represented.

However, only one church is included, and none of the great Pottery works.


© Winning Moves UK

Year: 2008 - Code: C46721020





Brown
Properties


Central Forest Park


Hanley Park

Light Blue
Properties


Etruria Industrial Museum


Stoke Minister Church


Potteries Museum

Pink
Properties


Stoke Potters
Loomer Road Stadium


Vale Park


The Britannia Stadium

Orange
Properties


High Lane Oatcakes Shop


Hanley Indoor Market


Potteries Shopping Centre

Red
Properties


Burslem Town Hall


The Sentinel


Parliament Sq

Yellow
Properties


Regent Theatre


Victoria Hall


Waterworld

Green
Properties


Stoke Town Hall


Stoke College


Staffordshire
University

Dark Blue
Properties


Gladstone Pottery Museum


Trentham Estate

Stations


Hanley Bus Station


Caldon Canal


Trent & Mersey Canal


Stoke Station

Utilities


Electric Company


Water Works

Taxes


Income Tax


Super Tax

Community Chest / Chance


Community Chest


Chance