The Block Cuntree

Collection by Ian Hewlett

Ian Hewlett
Looking down High Street from St. Matthew's steps c.1905

Walsall Life

Looking down High Street from St. Matthew's steps c.1905

Wolverhampton Royal Hospital, April 2012

This is one of the few sections left of the Wolverhampton Royal Hospital. The wing was built in 1937 it contained the following depmartments: Basement...

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Regal Cinema Owen Street, Tipton

Located in the town of Tipton, to the northeast of Dudley in the West Midlands. The Tivoli Cinema was a conversion of a market hall to the plans o...

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Walsall Observer Building

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Round Oak Steelworks, Brierley Hill

Echoes of the Black Country

Photographer Peter Donnelly's pictures of the industrial landscape in and around Birmingham and the Black Country.

Battle of Britain Public House, Penn, Wolverhampton, Date 1959, p/8236

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, You can view the complete collection of photographs at the Archives at the Molineux Building…

The Royal Hospital, Wolverhampton, the four storey wing from 1937

The Royal Hospital in Wolverhampton, once the City’s’ main hospital was closed in 1997, its services being relocated to New Cross Hospital in nearby Wednesfield. Since then, the Royal, which had served the Town’s people since 1849 has been left unoccupied, quickly falling into a derelict state. However, Tesco in partnership with the local council and other organisations, have set about redeveloping and rejuvenating the former hospital. The plan is to refurbish the old buildings, creating a…

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