Coming out of the tunnel into the kitchens
In the tunnel
Going into the tunnel
It's a technique you develop after years of trying to decipher old aerial photos. Cars, demolished buildings and whether or not folk are parked at factories all help you work out when an image was taken.
It really is a fantastic, and very valuable photo. Thank you so much for sharing this, and all your other wonderful images.
I did a post for you this lunchtime
Hello Brownhills George. This one took a while to sink in, its taken from Clayhanger Bridge, and the men are working on the overflow, i believe!
its amazing how much its changed. Thanks for the photo.
Can smell the egg and chips now…
Hello Howmuch, Thanks for the feedback. Not being a drinker I don't know much about Pubs, but even I feel sad about the demise of so many. They were Iconic Buildings and useful Landmarks.
I still have a few more to add to my list.
Hello George, thanks for the photos of the Anderton boat lift. I`ve added a photo of Taylors cafe to my page.
There were at least three Holmes vegetable shops in Brownhills High Street Known as Top Holmes, Middle Holmes and Bottom Holmes.
This seems to be a common thing, when they demolished the Station Hotel the Caterpillar Digger went down into the cellar. It makes you think don't they know that Pubs have cellars?