Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Dudley Railway (Great Western Railway)






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

Birmingham Snow Hill looking south. ...
Ewan Crawford //
A 47 breaks a banner on the reopening of Snow Hill in 1987. The station had closed in 1972 being demolished in 1977. ...
Ian Dinmore 05/10/1987
First light and fresh snow at Birmingham Snow Hill on 11 January and 150124 (and the 3-car unit to which it was coupled) have unloaded their commuters ...
Mark Bartlett 11/01/2010
Birmingham Snow Hill lives up to its name as London Midland Sprinter 150014 runs in from Stourbridge Junction to form the 0819 to Dorridge. 0n the ...
Mark Bartlett 11/01/2010


172333, on a service to Kidderminster, arriving at Jewellery Quarter station, Birmingham, on 18th March 2014. This station is an interchange with ...
David Bosher 18/03/2014
...and here is the station without snow [see image 42485]. ...
Ken Strachan 10/04/2016
It may be the Great Western, but in this case there is no 'e' in Looe. This cast iron gents' urinal - made in Scotland - is a decorative ...
Ken Strachan 24/03/2013
A place that has seen many changes over the years, Jewellry Quarter was originally just a location on a four track GWR main line (although there was a ...
Mark Bartlett 08/06/2011





170 634 to Whitlock's End arriving at The Hawthorns station on 18th March 2014. This is an interchange with Midland Metro trams which platforms are ...
David Bosher 18/03/2014