MAGAZINE ARCHIVE

2003

ISSUE 1

Black Country Personalities - Catherine Southhall  - S. Hill

Civil Unrest in the Black Country 1750 - 1837 Pt2

    The Colliers March 1816 - D. Cox

Seeing is Believing - H.M. Scharf

The Black Country Toil that Enriches the Soul - P. McDonald

The War Memorial (Poem) - R. Jones

The Black Country Living Museum - R. Julian

Marsh & Holloway - V. (Len) Holloway

Dudley Geological Collection - G. Worton

St. Crispian - Wolverhamptons Connection with Agincourt ...

From What I See - The Art of Christopher Firmstone ...

Cookley Iron Works - T.H. Organ

Steam Engine Memories - J. Mountford

Mrs Lewis - R. Jones

The Remarkable Life of Ann Becher - E. Alexander

'Like A Little Watch' - D. Barlow

Wild in Martley - S. Bache

From Boats to Cars-History of Pritchards Garages - J. Pritchard

Working for the Wolverhampton

    Co-operative Society - N. Williams & M. Brownrigg

Just Helping Out - B. Wills

The Mills of Wollaston - P. Skidmore

ISSUE 2

Black Country Personalities - Tommy Mundon - S. Hill

The Tipton Slasher & The American Giant - D. Cox

The New Village - R. Moss

Rambling is so Relaxing - N. Blackham

The Black Country Living Museum - R. Julian

Opened in a Blaze of Glory - Closed in Obscurity - N. Williams

Living on the Clent Hills - I. Edge

'Dozy' of Dartmouth Park - A. Truby

Was This Dudley's First Bad Press - D. Mannering

A Trail Through Time - Dudley's Mellennium

    Sculpture Trail - S. Field

A Cup of Tay - P. Taylor

Washing - R.Jones

David Bagnall of Wednesbury 1832 - 1925 - C. Bagnall

'The Secretary Regrets .. the Horse has Died'. the History

   of Walsall Golf Club - T. Henwood

Jahann Van Leerzem M.Phil (RIP) - S. Hill

Jesse Pennington meets Stanley, Earl Baldwin - M. Dallow

James Foster - 150yrs on - R. Peacock

The Burglar's Bible: George Price's Treatise

    on Locks Pt 1 - P. Tempest

Running The Distance - M Dabbs

ISSUE 3

Black Country Personalities - Ken Rabey - S. Hill

From The Black Country to the Proms

The Life of William Fellowes (1921 - 70) - M. Jones

Helping Mr. Lewis - R. Jones

Dudley Grammar School Cricket 1st Eleven 1938 - Dr. J. Cox

Three Lost Landmarks - A. Truby

The 'Ten-Bob' Piano - D. Mannering

The Burglars Bible (Part 2) - P. Tempest

St. John's Church, Kates Hill, Dudley - Prof. K.G.B. Bakewell

'Living Two' The Lunt Roman Fort, Baginton - D. Cox

So You Think You Have Done A Good Day's Work? - W.F. Homer

Brierley Hill National (CofE) School - P. Taylor

Commemorating Wolverhampton's Historic Vehicles - S. Field

How We Led The D-Day Invasion - Remembered - J. Beck

Mr Samuel Salt's Grand, Never to be Forgotten and

    Most Clever Lecture of 1852 (Pt1) - N.H. Jones

Commemoration of James Foster of

    Stourbridge 1786 - 1853 - P. Skidmore

Bedlam in Wednesbury - L. Tambe

ISSUE 4

Black Country Personalities - Barry Randle - S. Hill

Mr Samuel Salt's Grand, Never to be Forgotten and Most Clever

    Lecture of 1852 (Part 2) - N.H. Jones

In A Black Country Practice - Dr. J. Lester

Aynuk's Revenge - A. Truby

Our Visit to Dudley (Poem) - J. Ruston

The Industrial Progress of the Black Country 1868 - M. Elliot

A Black Country Man (Poem) - D. Muir

The Story of 'Sleipnir' - Wednesbury's Viking Heritage - S. Field

Still Ahead-A Reluctant Soldiers Advance

    through Europe - J. Palmer (Ed. J. Beck)

From Gornal to Gippsland Lakes - The Art and Life

    of Owen piggott - J. Beck

Pen A Line - H.M. Scharf

West Bromwich, Ellesmere Athletic Club - M. Dallow

Remembering my father Arthur Cashmore 1907 - 86 - D. Bird

'Wind in the Willows' The Story of Syd Royall - Last of the

    Black Country's Bellow Makers - M. Woodyatt

The Clayton Collection - D. Cox

Why is the Black Country Funny? - Dr. P. McDonald

Disappearing Brierley Hill - R. Jones

2004

ISSUE 1

Black Country Personalities - John Massey - S. Hill

The Black Country in the Doomsday Book - Dr. J. Lester

A Dream or Nightmare (Poem) - M. Cox

History & Heresay - F. Bernard Shaw

Allotment Associations in the Black Country - S. McNicol

The Photograph - D. Mannering

A Taste of Success - 'Inky'

The Black Country Living Museum - R. Julian

Which Way Did the Romans Go? - A. Dunphy O.B.E.

The Tramp - R. Jones

Standing on One Corner of Black Country History - Dr. T Langford and D. Humphries

The Effects of Mr J.A. Crabtree's Early Death - D.F. Vodden

Bryan White (1934 - 2003) RIP - S. Hill

One Sunday in November (Poem) - 'Spider'

Major John Berryman VC - Col. S. Archer GC, OBE & J. King

The Landscapes of Mr Lucton's Freedom - J. Biddulph

Memories of Tipton before Wolv. New Road - Dr. J. Cox

ISSUE 2

Black Country Personalities- Robert Perry - S. Hill

The Dosser - R. Jones

Operation 'Frozen Loaves' - D. Mannering

Andrew Yarranton - "Lost' Blast Furnace & Iron Works

    Glasshampton, Worcestershire

- M. Dallow

The Black Country Living Museum - R. Julian

A Bit of Local Colour - N. Johnson

A Nostalgic Walk in Fox's Lane, Wolverhampton - P. McHugh

Hop Picking - The Nailmakers Holiday - N.H. Jones

Woden & Wednesbury - J. Hemingway

Spectrum Poets - C. Deakin

My 'Contribution' To Cunnard - V. Holloway

Holt Road Junior School, Blackheath - N. Taylor

The Metalspinner (Poem) - D. Muir

The Black Country on Antique Maps - Dr J. Lester

Penn Hall - A. Dunphy O.B.E.

2004, 50th Anniversary Francis Brett Young - M. Hall

Article on Arthur Spiers - J. Byard-Jones

BCS Queen's Golden Jubilee Commemorative Fund - S. Hill

ISSUE 3

Black Country Personalities - Donald Barry Southall -  S. Hill

Country Bus to Lower Penn, Trysull & Bobbington - A. Dunphy OBE

Different Ball Games - A. Truby

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists - S. Hill

Getting in the Spirit - R. Aston

Joan White Black Country Society President 2004-5 - S. Hill

Memories of Hill Top, West Bromwich - D.C. Rogers

Abbey Farm, Lower Gornal - P. Taylor

The New Hampton Loade Ferry - S. Hill

The Crash - R. Jones

The Ghosts of Haden Hall - A. Pardoe

The Black Country Living Museum - R. Julian

The Curious Disappearance of Arthur Spiers Pt2 - J. Byard-Jones

And We All Danced - J.R. Flavell

Amazing Sights on The Nailmakers Holiday - N.H. Jones

Brierley Hill Grammar School 1953 - T. Church

West Bromwich Roller Rink - M. Dallow

Mond Gas - A Black Country First and Only - H.R. Jones

Mayors Honour Memory of Midland Author - S. Hill

ISSUE 4

Black Country Personalities - Mary Archer - S. Hill

Lord Ednam Air Rifle League - P. Hollingworth

Did You Like Your Kali, Ayli? (Poem) - A. Truby

'Woodbine Willie' - M. Dallow

Harris & Pearson Co., Brettell Lane, Brierley Hill - D. Trevis-Smith

Henry Comes to Stay - L.D. Wilkie

Houses and Landlords - R. Jones

Adventures of a A900 JEA - D. Cox

Too Much of a Good Thing - B. Wills

Museums Cycling Cornucopia - A Tribute

    to Two Centuries of Pedalling Pleasure - J. Beck

Jan Kudanowski - M. Round

The Black Country Living Museum - R. Julian

Cat-astrophe! - S. Homer

Avonbank Hall Pershore - B. Stewart

A Penny for Friendship - L. Webster

The Black Country's Light Railway

    Equipment Suppliers - T. Lodge

Six Wiks 'Olliday (Poem) - N. Washbrook

Farley Clock Tower - D. Mannering

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