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Star Aluminium Ltd., Bridgnorth

D-EXP/P/I29/153 28 Jun 1957 Wolverhampton Archives

The entrance to the Bridgnorth plant bordered by trees.

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Tarmac, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/I44/193 6 Dec 1990 Wolverhampton Archives

The firm planned to market Christmas cards shaped like Christmas trees made out of recycled paper. The GAIA Foundation is mentioned, and the photograph shows John Thorpe.

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Penn Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1P/21 12 Nov 1969 Wolverhampton Archives

Trees along the road between Marston Road and Pennhouse Avenue were to be lopped down as part of a scheme to convert the A449 into a dual carriageway. Councillor J. G. Linn is quoted.

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Stafford Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1S/60 c. 1900 Wolverhampton Archives

An old photograph sent in by Mrs V. G. Frazer of 150 Merridale Court.

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Stubbs Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1S/86 4 Jun 1965 Wolverhampton Archives

The junction with Rookery Hill and Penn Road.

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Bath Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1B/16 13 Oct 1978 Wolverhampton Archives

Tree-lined walkway between the two lanes of the inner ring road.

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Nimmings Wood, Clent

D-EXP/P/C7/10 4 Feb 1982 Wolverhampton Archives

When Mrs Willetts’ husband, Neville, died, she asked for donations towards beautifying the Clent Hills, instead of flowers, and gave a cheque to the County Council. the photograph shows her planting a field maple tree, alongside Councillor Peter Fallows.