The Black Country Society   IMAGE BANK & LIBRARY

The Society has collected and been donated many images since its foundation. The collection is expanding continuously and we are grateful to all the individuals who have given the Society full copyright. BCS will offer a licence to those wishing to use any of the images illustrated in these pages. Images are currently being uploaded. If you have a specific requirement please contact the Society through the CONTACTS page form and if you would like to contribute to the Image Bank please email your jpg or pdf to bcsimagebank.gmail.

 

Baggeridge Miners_edited_edited.jpg
baggeridge lorry_edited.jpg
Baggeridge Coal Shop Ernie Elwell_edited
WB Registery Office 2_edited.jpg

Baggeridge Colliers        Baggeridge Coal Lorry                   Baggeridge Coal Shop.   Tipton Thunderbolt illustration.      West Bromwich Registry Office

The Tipton Slasher pic 2_edited.jpg
Tipton canal 3_edited.jpg

Tilted Barrel Tipton.            William Perry - The Tipton Slasher.      1920 Victoria Park - Tipton.                 Tipton Canal scene

Dudley Port 1904 Palethorpes _edited.jpg
The Fountain Tipton Front_edited.jpg
Redhouse Cone1_edited.jpg

Palethorpes 1904                        The Fountain Inn - Tipton                     Stourbridge Clock.           Redhouse Cone Glassworks.     Manor House West Bromwich

Lorry from John Hall SB_edited.jpg
Stourbridge Canal TR_edited.jpg
Stourbridge Canal TR 3_edited.jpg
spon lane bromford lane bridge John Alle

John Hall Firebrick Lorry                 Stourbridge Canal 2020 - T Ridge             Stourbridge Canal 2 - T. Ridge.               Spon Lane Bromford Bridge

SB Lion goblet2_edited.jpg
Northwood_Queen Eliz_edited.jpg
West Bromwich Billiard Hall_edited.jpg
The Wheatsheaf WB Front_edited.jpg

Portland Vase                Stourbridge Lion Goblet.     Queen Elizabeth II at the Ruskin Centre.      West Bromwich Billiard Hall

Wordseley, around 1900_edited.jpg
Sandwell Valley Bluebells in Sot's_edite
Women Chainmakers_edited.jpg

Wordesley around 1900                                             Sandwell Valley with bluebells                     Women Chainmakers - Cradley Heath

The Countess of Dudley