Tim's One Photograph a Day

Structures

The Queen’s Building, Pipers Row, Wolverhampton.

The Queen’s Building. Built in 1849, this original entrance to Wolverhampton High Level Station was designed by Edwards

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

BCN Main Line on the Approach to Wolverhampton.

BCN Main Line. Taking advantage of my one exercise a day, I saved it until this evening to capture this shot on the approach t

Lock 11 on the Wolverhampton Flight.

Lock 11. Halfway down the Wolverhampton Flight is this interesting scene. The bridge going over the canal is, in fact, two sep

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-

Factory Locks Tipton and former Gauging Station.

Factory Locks Tipton. Birmingham and Wolverhampton are on two slightly different levels, the latter being slightly higher. Tip

A View inside Netherton Tunnel.

Netherton Tunnel. Of the many canal tunnels around the network, this was the last to be built during the period known as ̶

Ferdinand Foch Equestrian Statue, Grosvenor Gardens, Victoria, London

Ferdinand Foch Equestrian Statue. Designed by the sculptor Georges Malissard (1877-1942), it is a replica of the original whic

CO-OP Petrol Station on The Boulevard.

CO-OP Petrol Station. Something a little different today. I have gone for a shot that would perhaps work as an advertising pos

Roof detail at Shoreham-by-Sea Station.

Shoreham-by-Sea Station. Modern railway stations rarely have the style or features of the historic ones. Even then, many have

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

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

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

Needles on the Pavement, Redditch.

Needles. Many towns grew up around a particular industry. Often they made the towns extremely prosperous. More often, they mad

King’s Norton Guillotine Lock, Stratford Canal.

Guillotine Lock, King’s Norton, North Stratford Canal. We have moved out of the city and are now heading down the Worces

Centenary Square Big Wheel, Birmingham.

Big Wheel, Birmingham. For the Festival season, Centenary Square in Birmingham is transformed. Over the last couple of years,

New Birmingham Library.

Birmingham Library. This is the distinctive Birmingham Library. We are moored on the canal just behind it, so have quite a goo

Selfridges, Bullring, Birmingham.

Selfridges, Bullring. Although I am not normally a fan of modern architecture, this is impressive by any standard. An iconic s