Jordans Bridge on the Wolverhampton 21.
Jordans Bridge. Having not gone out during the day, it was tonight’s dog walk that led me to this photograph. It was a s
Little’s Lane Bridge and Wolverhampton Top Lock.
Little’s Lane Bridge, Wolverhampton. As you come up the “Wolverhampton 21”, this is the last lock before Bro
The Birmingham Main Line Canal in Wolverhampton
Birmingham Main Line Canal, Wolverhampton. Following on from yesterday’s shot of the Broad Street Basin, this is immedia
Canal & Railway at Horseley Fields Junction, Wolverhampton.
Horseley Fields Junction. Today’s view is where the BCN Main Line and the Wyrley & Essington Canals meet. Above is t
Internally Illuminated Sculpture in Broad Street Park, Wolverhampton.
Internally Illuminated Sculpture. Public works of art can be curious. This park has three, two of which are stone, which can b
Top of the Wolverhampton 21.
Wolverhampton. As they may be the last opportunity to get out with the camera for a while, I opted for a long exposure. We hav
The Black Country Living Museum at Night.
Black Country Living Museum. This is similar to a previous shot, for which I make no apology. That was daytime, this is night-
The Old Swan Inn, Halesowen Road, Netherton.
The Old Swan Inn, Netherton. This Grade II listed pub is probably one of the most famous in the Black Country. Dating back to
Pitchfork Bridge, Birmingham Old Main Line Canal, Tipton.
Pitchfork Bridge. This is a scene which is nothing special to look at in the daytime, but is transformed by the colours
Mad O’Rourkes – The Pie Factory, Tipton.
Mad O’Rourkes. This is one of those destinations you just have to go to if you are in the Tipton area – especially
Mooring in Tividale Quays / Dudley Port Basin.
Tividale Quays. Historically, this was Dudley Port Basin. An industrial area, where working boats would have been loaded and u
Top of the Malvern Hills.
Malvern Hills. This was not today’s intended photograph. I had spotted a wall which, for some bizarre reason, had taps e
CS Lewis – Malvern Gas lamp.
Gas lamp. The link may be a little tenuous. It may even be apocryphal. It is said, though, that CS Lewis, when walking home fr
View from the Malvern Hills.
Malvern Hills. There is something special about a landscape photograph that features rolling hills. Something rugged, even tim
Parry People Mover – The Stourbridge Shuttle.
Parry People Mover. Something a little different today. Probably the smallest train on Britain’s railway network is the
Langley Maltings, Titford Canal, Oldbury.
Langley Maltings. Today’s subject is a favourite one of mine. The Titford Canal is the highest level on the Birmingham C
Cobbs Engine House, Bumble Hole Nature Reserve.
Cobbs Engine House. Having mentioned yesterday that Windmill End was a busy mining area, today’s shot captures something
Dusk at Windmill End, Bumble Hole Nature Reserve.
Windmill End. We have moved again. This time we have gone through the Netherton Tunnel (built as a by-pass to the single-width
Wetherspoons The Court of Requests, Oldbury.
Court of Requests. Love them or loathe them, Wetherspoons pubs have a character all of their own. Despite other pubs cl