Listing: Victorian industrial building
located to the rear of No.63. Unusual survivor. No clues to
original use. Locally Listed, approved November 2001.
Comment: This building appears on the 1901
map (and may well be a good deal older than that), apparently in a
separate plot from the houses surrounding it. Nevertheless it
might just be an example of a factory built in a back garden. It
is in an area in which there was little industry and it is hard to guess
why it was built out here. In its general style it is typical of
many Wolverhampton industrial buildings, few of which are now left.
Wolverhampton, like the rest of the Black Country, was not a town of
vast factories but of innumerable small ones like this.