Pictures of our locality - Page 2
Part of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal. This and the many other canals in the area were built during the Industrial Revolution, and they were the major means of transporting goods and raw materials to and from the mines and factories of Birmingham and the Black Country before the coming of the railways.
Another picture of what was once a main industrial arterial route.
This is a patch of wild garlic. It's a pity you can't get smells over the Web. Then again, maybe it isn't.
A lock. Simple but effective 18th century technology for getting boats up and down hills.