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Patent Shaft, steel works, Leabrook Road, Wednesbury

D-EXP/P/I45/70 10 Aug 1988 Wolverhampton Archives

The start of open-cast mining on the former steelworks site by British Coal. The Richardson Brothers of Oldbury and Tarmac of Wolverhampton are mentioned.

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Ring Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1R/47 c. 1983 Wolverhampton Archives

Unsafe scaffolding on the side of the Tarmac Roadstone House building.

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Ring Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1R/48 c. 1983 Wolverhampton Archives

Unsafe scaffolding on the side of the Tarmac Roadstone House building.

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Ring Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1R/46 c. 1983 Wolverhampton Archives

Unsafe scaffolding on the side of the Tarmac Roadstone House building.

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Ring Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1R/45 c. 1983 Wolverhampton Archives

Closure of the road from Waterloo Road to Stafford Street as scaffolding on the side of the Tarmac Roadstone House building was threatening to collapse.

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Ring Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1R/44 24 Jan 1983 Wolverhampton Archives

Part of the road from Waterloo Road to Stafford Street was closed off as scaffolding on the side of the Tarmac Roadstone House building was threatening to collapse.

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Ring Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1R/41 7 Jan 1974 Wolverhampton Archives

An office block built for Artagen Properties at the junction of Waterloo Road would be occupied by Tarmac Ltd.

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Ring Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1R/39 12 May 1972 Wolverhampton Archives

An aerial view from the multi-storey office blocks, the Tarmac building near thejunction with Waterloo Road. St John’s Church, Mander House, Darlington Street and the Methodist Church can be seen.

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Springfield Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1S/57 21 Jan 1983 Wolverhampton Archives

Ken Newey returned to his former home which had been refurbished as part of a facelift scheme for the Park Village area. Rolls-Royce, Wolverhampton Council, Wildwood, Stafford, and the Contract Housing Organisation are mentioned. The photograph shows Ken

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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.