Tim's One Photograph a Day

Diamond Banqueting Suite, the Old Odeon, Wolverhampton.

Diamond Banqueting Suite, the Old Odeon, Wolverhampton. Regulars will know that I can usually spot an old cinema from a mile o

The Old Eye Infirmary, Merridale, Wolverhampton.

Eye Infirmary, Wolverhampton. Changing the daily doggie walk, I have ventured into a new territory. Spotting what looked like

NatWest Bank, Queen Square, Wolverhampton.

NatWest Bank, Wolverhampton. It is easy to forget that there used to be a lot of local independent banks before mergers and ta

William Evans Son and Co Ltd, Hardware and Ironmonger, Wolverhampton.

William Evans Son and Co Ltd, Wolverhampton. I came across this little gem in School Street, Wolverhampton the first time we w

The Grand Theatre on Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton.

The Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton. Last year, it celebrated its 125th anniversary. Construction started on 28 June 1894 and it

James Baker and Sons, Boot Manufacturers, Wolverhampton.

James Baker and Sons, Wolverhampton. Another magnificent Grade II Listed building in Wolverhampton. This time, it’s The

Evening Sun on George Street, Wolverhampton.

George Street, Wolverhampton. Back to the street scene again – this time the other side of the City. The church in the d

Geese and Goslings on the Canal.

Geese and Goslings. A change from buildings and street scenes today, following a walk along the canal for a change. The noise

The Old Post Office, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton.

Old Post Office, Wolverhampton. Three generations of Wolverhampton’s main postal facility are visible in this photograph

The Midland Metro to Wolverhampton.

Midland Metro. Also known as a tram, although not in the historic sense! Another once fashionable term was “Rapid Light

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 Magnificent Conservatory in West Park, Wolverhampton.

Conservatory in West Park, Wolverhampton. As I promised myself, I have come back to get a closer photograph of this rather spl

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 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

Bandstand in West Park, Wolverhampton.

Bandstand. Having discovered East Park a couple of days ago, researching the Lysaght Tower revealed there was also a West Park

The First Traffic Lights in England.

Traffic Lights. Although I had noticed the black and white posts on these lights, it hadn’t really registered. Many of y

Lysaght Tower, East Park, Wolverhampton.

Lysaght Tower, Wolverhampton. I wasn’t planning to get a photograph on this afternoon’s walk. Moral of the story,