Black Country History
John Parker was born in the small district of Toll End in the heart of the Black Country in 1921,..
'A Black Country Childhood' is an offbeat sketch, by turns satirical and rueful, of growing up in..
This fine selection of photographs illustrates the transformation that has taken place in the Bla..
A Grim Almanac of the Black Country is a day-by-day catalogue of 366 ghastly tales from around th..
Peter Bullock was a teacher for over 30 years, during 20 of which he was Head of the English Depa..
After 60 years the question is still chalked on walls around the area. WHO PUT BELLA IN THE WYCHE..
This illustrated volume examines the canalside industries of Birmingham and the Black Country, lo..
The Black Country was the industrial heartland of England, a harsh environment of coal and iron m..
Black Country Canals includes a wide range of photographs, many previously unpublished, and is ac..
Illustrated with a wide range of old and new photographs, drawings and paintings, posters and oth..
A fascinating aspect of Black Country history is brought to life in a wealth of previous unpublis..
For several years chapels have been at the heart of Black Country life. A follow-up to "Black Cou..
A snapshot of working-class life in the Black Country in days gone by.
Local author Anthony Poulton-Smith takes the reader on a fascinating A-Z tour of the haunted plac..
Located in central England, the Black Country is a distinctive industrial region encompassing num..
Packed with Fun for All the Family
An epic flight into shattered Sarajevo. A stand-off with Miss Piggy. A world scoop as the Cold Wa..
In 1910 the most significant victory for women workers happened in a little town in the Black Cou..
Brierley Hill was one of those Black Country towns which was identified by the work that went on ..
Dudley was connected by tram to various parts of the Black Country, first by steam trains and the..
Showing 1 to 20 of 51 (3 Pages)