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Monthly archive for July 2013

The house itself wasn’t nice

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Dudley Street

To sum up a common feeling of the people we interviewd for The Way We Are project: it’s a shame that all the little and nice shops in Dudley Street are gone! As a result of “progress” and modernization in recent years the number of chain stores uptown

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Queen’s Cinema / Queen’s Ballromm

One of the thing that definitely changed in Wolverhampton is nightlife and entertainment in general: Queen’s Cinema is one of those places that everybody we interviewed talked about. © Wolverhampton Artchives & Local Studies, www.blackcountryhistory.org The Queen’s Cinema, with its own tea room, was designed by architects Robert Atkinson

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The bricks of W’ton

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Paddling Pool, Tettenhall Wood

The Paddling Pool in Tettenhall is an incredibly long-lived part of Wolverhampton, as well as one of the most enchanting. Here are a couple of photos from the good old days and some historical info from the Black Country History web site:   1930s © Wolverhampton Artchives & Local

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