Founded 1946, by Geoffrey Beard
Brierley Hill High Street 1898
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The Anchor for the Titanic being pulled by horses through the Black Country
Here are a few old photographs of Stourbridgeand the surrounding area courtesy of Nigel Traves.
The Local Knife Grinder
Another view of Wollaston
Chain Makers Cottages
The Last Tram
Chain Makers Strike
The bottom of Corbet Road.
Wilkins in Stourbridge
Stourbridge volunteer firefighters
The Local Businessman and Inventor, Cllr Albert Shaw of Quarry Bank and owner of Shaw's Mineral Waters of Quarry Bank and Cradley Heath. In 1907 he invented a modification to the Codd bottle, with addition of glass bars to reduce weakness and glass breakages when cleaning the glass bottles after use.
The Local Coalman
Pork Pie shop High St/Market Street Stourbridge
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