Interesting Local Buildings


Victorian Wolverhampton: A Town Through its Buildings: by Michael Albutt and Anne Amison.
The Model Dwellings of Wellington Avenue: by Frank Sharman.
Tarran Bungalows on the East Park Estate: by Frank Sharman.
The Bilston Science & Art School: by Bev Parker.
The Former Synagogue in Fryer Street: by Sue Whitehouse.
Terracotta and Tiles: architectural ceramics in Wolverhampton - a directory.
Civic Trust Awards: awards, commendations and special mentions for buildings, old and new.
St. John's and St. James' Square: by Maureen Hunt.  The story of two squares, comparing and contrasting their history and fate.
St. Andrew's Church, Whitmore Reans: by Elizabeth Chipping. The history of the modern church by Twentyman with a notable Piper Window.
Heath Town Public Baths and Library: by Duncan Nimmo. The report that lead to the listing of the building.
The Dixons Building: by Patricia Hughes. The history of the building, including accounts of Forder's hansom cabs and Reades, the manufacturing chemists.
W.T.M.Snape: tea and coffee merchants: by Frank Sharman. The story of a famous shop in a listed building.
St. Leonard's Church, Bilston: A short history by Brian Lockley.
Lodges and Gatehouses: by Ang Johnson. A gazetteer of surviving examples in Wolverhampton.
The Fallings Park Garden Suburb: by Bev Parker. The development of a unique suburb designed to improve people's lives.

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