A view of Queen Square, Wolverhampton
Queen Square, Wolverhampton. If it wasn’t for the shop frontages and modern street furniture, you could almost be forgiv
Former Convent, George Street, Wolverhampton
Former Convent, George Street, Wolverhampton. This glorious Grade II Listed building, built around 1860, is in the rather sple
Clock Tower in Wolverhampton’s West Park.
The West Park Clock Tower. It’s Sunday, so once again the dog walk in West Park. Today’s subject is another of the
The Old M&B Springfield Brewery, Wolverhampton.
The Old Springfield Brewery, Wolverhampton. I have featured this before, but as seen from the canal and at the other end of th
The Home of Guy Motors, Wolverhampton.
The Old Guy Motors Factory. Amongst one of the most well-known names for lorries and buses in its day. Ironically the founder,
Cruising Down the Wolverhampton 21.
Cruising Down the Wolverhampton 21. It’s been a while since I’ve managed to get a shot of a narrow boat on the mov
The Combermere Arms, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton.
The Combermere Arms, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton. Fairly discretely tucked away and almost opposite the former Eye Infirmary is
The Electric Theatre, the First Cinema in Wolverhampton.
Electric Theatre, Wolverhampton. Continuing my quest to locate former cinemas in Wolverhampton, this building was the first ev
St Peter’s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton.
St Peter’s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton. Apparently, this is the oldest place in Wolverhampton. It is believed to ha
Darlington Street Methodist Church, Wolverhampton.
Darlington Street Methodist Church, Wolverhampton. Wolverhampton has its fair share of grand buildings, and this one is no exc
Site of the Former Queens Cinema, Wolverhampton.
Site of the Former Queens Cinema, Wolverhampton. This is quite an interesting scene. Four buildings feature in front. Leftmost
The Giffard Arms, Victoria Street, Wolverhampton.
The Giffard Arms, Victoria Street, Wolverhampton. Nestled between the more expected concrete buildings in Victoria Street, thi
Beatties Store, House of Frazer, Wolverhampton.
Beatties Store, House of Frazer, Wolverhampton. On the corner of Victoria Street and Darlington Street is this landmark buildi
Timber Framed Building, 19 Victoria Street, Wolverhampton.
Timber Framed Building, Wolverhampton. Just round the corner from the former Odeon, Lindy Lou’s café is one of the olde
Diamond Banqueting Suite, the Old Odeon, Wolverhampton.
Diamond Banqueting Suite, the Old Odeon, Wolverhampton. Regulars will know that I can usually spot an old cinema from a mile o
The Old Eye Infirmary, Merridale, Wolverhampton.
Eye Infirmary, Wolverhampton. Changing the daily doggie walk, I have ventured into a new territory. Spotting what looked like
NatWest Bank, Queen Square, Wolverhampton.
NatWest Bank, Wolverhampton. It is easy to forget that there used to be a lot of local independent banks before mergers and ta
William Evans Son and Co Ltd, Hardware and Ironmonger, Wolverhampton.
William Evans Son and Co Ltd, Wolverhampton. I came across this little gem in School Street, Wolverhampton the first time we w
The Grand Theatre on Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton.
The Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. Last year, it celebrated its 125th anniversary. Construction started on 28 June 1894 and it
James Baker and Sons, Boot Manufacturers, Wolverhampton.
James Baker and Sons, Wolverhampton. Another magnificent Grade II Listed building in Wolverhampton. This time, it’s The