Tim's One Photograph a Day

Transport

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

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

Close up of a Mooring Ring.

Mooring Ring. I’ve gone for something a little different today. We are still moored up in Bentley Bridge. By opening up

Rookery Bridge, Wyrley and Essington Canal, Wednesfield.

Rookery Bridge. Moving up a little from yesterday’s photograph. We are alongside the Retail Park, where the Wolverhampto

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 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

Artwork in the Gosty Hill Tunnel.

Gosty Hill Tunnel. Of all the tunnels we have done on the system so far, this one rates as one of my least favourites! We have

BCN Boshboil Branch, Windmill End.

BCN Boshboil Branch. Still looking around the Bumble Hole Nature Reserve area. This was the original canal line, which heads s

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 ̶

View under Cobbs Engine Bridge, Windmill End.

View under Cobbs Engine Bridge. We have finally moved on from the Titford Pumphouse and returned to another of our favourite m

New Inns Road Bridge on the Titford Canal.

New Inns Road Bridge. Moving on slightly from Uncle Ben’s. Behind us is the remains of the Langley Maltings, featured a

Great Western Railway Goods and Coal Depot, Kidderminster.

Kidderminster Goods and Coal Depot. Just a couple of stations further north from Droitwich Spa is Kidderminster. Surprisingly,

Junior Dog Agility at Crufts 2020.

Junior Dog Agility. This was amazing to watch. Much harder to photograph! After I managed to blag myself a good position, they

Uncle Ben’s Bridge on the Titford Canal.

Uncle Ben’s Bridge. Back to my favourite kind of photograph. A long exposure of a canal scene! Where the name comes from

Titford Pump House at the top of Oldbury Locks.

Titford Pump House. A couple of days ago I posted a photograph of the Oldbury Locks. Here, we are at the top of the flight 

The old Great Western Droitwich Spa Station.

Droitwich Spa Station. Some of the fascination of the West Midlands is where the former Great Western Railway company encroach

Oldbury Locks on the Titford Canal.

Oldbury Locks. This is a flight of locks built in 1837 to make a navigable canal out of what was originally a feeder water sup

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