Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Stour Valley Railway






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.


Railway crosses railway crosses canal. Top is the Bushbury Viaduct of the LNWR Stour Valley Line, below is the swing bridge of the GWR Wolverhampton ...
Ewan Crawford 01/07/2003

Wolverhampton (formerly High Level) looking north. ...
Ewan Crawford //
A southbound Virgin Pendolino service about to leave Wolverhampton for Euston on 23 August 2014. ...
John Steven 23/08/2014
A first light view of the New platform at Wolverhampton (High Level) showing Voyager 221116, recently arrived from Preston, alongside London ...
Mark Bartlett 25/09/2014
BR Fast Freight Sector service at Wolverhampton in 1981 ...
Ian Dinmore //1981























Compound 4-4-0 41168 photographed in the shed yard at Monument Lane, Birmingham, in November 1960. Closed in 1962, much of the area is now occupied by ...
K A Gray 26/11/1960
Undated photograph of compound 40936 in a siding alongside Birmingham's Monument Lane shed. Officially withdrawn from here in January 1961 the ...
Robin Barbour Collection (Courtesy Bruce McCartney) //
Monument Lane shed, Birmingham, looking west from the entrance to the shed yard, in November 1960. The line to Wolverhampton runs past off to the ...
K A Gray 26/11/1960


Section of the new roof at Birmingham New Street, April 2016. ...
Ian Dinmore /04/2016
Two EMU's preparing to go back to where they came from, in the stygian depths of New Street station on 13th May 2017. ...
Ken Strachan 13/05/2017
Three noses, three liveries, and some stalactites on the overbridge at the primary rail passenger hub of the Midlands. That white light on the side of ...
Ken Strachan 20/06/2012
Sunshine brings great contrasts at New Street [see image 51152], but this is 15.32 on a winter afternoon. The Crowd Control stewards on the left ...
Ken Strachan 27/12/2016