These are articles we have written about Black Country industries. We hope to get many more. Please let us know if you can contribute anything.
|The Historical Background to Black Country Industry, by Frances Taylor Page||James Wilkes Ltd. of Bilston, by Reg Aston||Edge Shoes Ltd., by Trevor Genge|
|The Midlands Electricity Board, by Mike Ealy, Neville Baker and others||Thomas Holcroft and Sons Ltd., by Reg Aston||Ralph & Jordan, by Reg Aston|
|Bradley & Co. Ltd. (Beldray), by George Phillpott and by Brian Davies||Bilston Foundry, by Reg Aston||Joseph Sankey & Sons Ltd., by Frank Sharman|
|Thompson Bros (Bilston) Ltd., by Frank Sharman||The Quest for the Bilston Knights, by various members||The British Heat Resisting Glass Co. - "Phoenix", by various members|
|Bilston Enterprise Ltd by Ron Loach||Bilston and Bradley Potteries, by Frank Sharman||Glass making in Bilston in the 19th Century, by Frank Sharman and others|
|A feature about Joseph Sankey & Sons (External Site)||click here to return to our home page||More on Industrial History Grace's Guide|
There are many pages about Black Country industries on the Wolverhampton History and Heritage web site, in their Virtual Museum of Wolverhampton Industry. Click here to go the virtual museum. Please note that you will have to use your "back" button to get back here, as there are no links from the virtual museum back to this site.