Monthly Archives: September 2020

Memories of Rose Lane

    Chris Adams got in touch on reading recent posts about the area West of Rattlechain Lagoon off Rose Lane. She vividly recalls the agricultural land shown above, and fills out further information before it was turned into a … Continue reading

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Former Rose Lane and Brades Hall- From agriculture to industrial tips

This area of land forms quite a complex challenge to describe and also define visually¬† in terms of what it used to be and what it has now become. It is the middle part from which the land changed use … Continue reading

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Oh Rose (Lane)- Thou Art Sick#2

William Blake   Rattlechain lagoon Rattlechain brickworks Birmingham Mainline Canal Tividale Sewage Works The new rattlechain brickworks pit that would become “The Duport’s tip”. Dudley Road allotments Brades Hall farm (Monks farm) The Gower Branch Canal. Rose Lane in red.¬† … Continue reading

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