Tram Lines, Railway Drive, Wolverhampton.
Tram Lines, Railway Drive, Wolverhampton. This is part of the new extension of the Midlands Metro from a junction just short o
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 Giffard Arms, Victoria Street, Wolverhampton.
The Giffard Arms, Victoria Street, Wolverhampton. Nestled between the more expected concrete buildings in Victoria Street, thi
The Former Fox and Goose Pub, Warwick Street, Wolverhampton.
Former Fox and Goose Pub, Wolverhampton. Another building with that tell-tale look about it that says “ex pub” to
A View Down King Street, Wolverhampton.
King Street, Wolverhampton. Having had a little more of an explore around the city, I came across this particular street. Acco
The Former Fountain Inn, York Street, Wolverhampton.
Fountain Inn, York Street, Wolverhampton. I spotted this on my regular dog-walking route. Having a bit of an eye for detecting
The Sir Tatton Sykes Hotel, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton
The Sir Tatton Sykes Hotel. Wolverhampton seems rather fond of its rounded corner buildings. This one links back to the former
The Royal London Friendly Society Building, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton
The Royal London Friendly Society Building. This substantial and rather impressive building dates back to 1902 and was the sec
Nickelodeon Pub and Carvery, Bentley Bridge, Wednesfield.
Nickelodeon Pub and Carvery. This is in the Bentley Bridge Leisure Park and the canal in main shot is all that remains of the
The Former Dry Dock Pub, Windmill End, Netherton.
Dry Dock Pub, Windmill End. Located just down from the canal at Bumble Hole Nature Reserve in Windmill End. This was part of t
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
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
The Crown Inn, Withybed Lane, Alvechurch.
The Crown Inn at Night. Our location is now Alvechurch. A pretty little village on the outskirts of Birmingham, near Redditch.
Birmingham Old Turn Junction.
Old Turn Junction at Night. This was once the heart of the industrial canals of Birmingham. Now redeveloped into a leisure loc
The Mailbox, Birmingham. A excellent example of new meets old. This is the historic Birmingham & Worcester Canal, with The
Procaffeinate Coffee Bar.
Procaffeinate. Just by the bridge where we are moored is this delightful coffee bar. Originally the Grand Union Pub, it is now
The Old Royal Oak, Hillmorton, Rugby.
The Old Royal Oak at Night. Staying with the night time theme, but a change from canals to pubs. This is the Old Royal Oak, Hi
The Clifton Inn – Traditional Pub in Rugby.
The Clifton Inn, Rugby. We have been past The Clifton Inn several times, but not been in. Today, we popped in for a quick drin
The Red Lion, Cropredy, at Dusk.
The Red Lion, Cropredy. We have left Banbury, and moved up the canal a bit. Tonight’s photograph is of The Red Lion Crop
Wallingford at Dusk.
Wallingford on the Thames. Moving further upstream on the Thames. Tonight, after a fairly miserable day, the weather brightene