Tettenhall Station, Wolverhampton, April 1980
The former GWR/BR main station building at Tettenhall on what had been the Oxley Junction - Kingswinford Junction line. Passenger trains had ceased as long ago as 1932, but the station saw some passenger use during WW2, when wounded servicemen came through the station before being taken by ambulance and bus to the town's Royal Hospital. The line finally closed to freight traffic in 1965 and the track was lifted in 1968. More here: www.railaroundbirmingham.co.uk/Stations/tettenhall.php
Queen Square, Wolverhampton, circa 1900s, P/3240
This photograph is one from the large collection held by Wolverhampton Archives and Local Studies. Not all of the photographs from this collection are available online yet but you can find out more information about this photograph and see other items from the collection on the Black Country History website blackcountryhistory.org/collections/getrecord/GB149_P_3240/ You can view the complete collection of photographs at the Archives at the Molineux Building…
We Can Make It! Photos of Wolverhampton 1975-1985 - Flashbak
Wolverhampton, home of Slade, Robert Plant, Enoch Powell and England football captain Billy Wright, is situated northwest of its larger near-neighbour Birmingham, is a city of around a quarter of a million people. The centre of Wolverhampton has been altered radically since the mid-1960s, with the Mander Centre (plans for which were unveiled on 15 … Continue reading "We Can Make It! Photos of Wolverhampton 1975-1985"