Old Great Western Railway Turntable.
Great Western Railway Turntable Remains. Heading north down the Wolverhampton locks, the route of the former GWR line out of t
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 Commercial Road Power Station, Wolverhampton.
Power Station, Wolverhampton. On the opposite side of the canal, not far from Chillington Wharf, is the rear of this building.
Babcock & Wilcox 10 ton Overhead Crane, Chillington Wharf, Wolverhampton.
Babcock & Wilcox 10 Ton Overhead Crane. In yesterday’s photograph of Chillington Wharf, I made mention of this featu
Chillington Wharf, Wolverhampton – Canal and Railway Interchange.
Chillington Wharf, Wolverhampton. We have cruised past this on our boat several times – and been past on the train. More
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
Molineux Subway – Pathway to the Stadium.
Molineux Subway. This is the foot-way from Wolverhampton City Centre through to the football ground. On the other side is a mu
Broad Street Basin and Road Bridge, Wolverhampton
Broad Street Basin, Wolverhampton. The original road crossing now takes pride of place in the Black Country Living Museum. Ori
Great Western Railway Oxley Viaduct, Wolverhampton
Oxley Viaduct, Wolverhampton. This splendid crossing originally took the Great Western Railway line from Wolverhampton Low Lev
The Former Great Western Wolverhampton Low Level Station.
Wolverhampton Low Level Station. This was the Great Western Railway’s station in Wolverhampton. Once a key part of an ex
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
William Butler & Co Ltd, Wolverhampton.
William Butler & Co. This is quite an interesting scene, although by the looks of it, it is likely to change in the not to
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