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
Old Canal Arm by Wolverhampton Top Lock.
Old Canal Arm. At the moment, I can still get out – not least because we have the dog to walk! This is essentially in ou
Top of the Wolverhampton 21.
Wolverhampton. As they may be the last opportunity to get out with the camera for a while, I opted for a long exposure. We hav
St Thomas’ Church, Wednesfield on Mothering Sunday.
St Thomas’ Church. With the current Coronavirus outbreak, life has changed considerably. “Mothering Sunday”,
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
Dudley Market on a Damp Day.
Dudley Market. Open air markets are an historic way of trading. Many towns thrived on them. This particular one dates back to
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
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
Windmill End Junction, Dudley No 2 Canal.
Windmill End Junction. Yesterday’s photograph was taken from the top of the bridge on the right, looking towards where t
Gauging Island, Dudley No 2 Canal.
Gauging Island. Around the Birmingham Canal Navigations are seemingly odd sections like this, where the channel narrows to lit
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
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