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100 square kilometres around Stourbridge

This has proved to be extremely popular so we decided to upgrade it with much better photos in widescreen format, especially as most people are on broadband now. It has taken ages to take all the photos due to poor weather this year, but two things emerged from this: 1) Clent Hills seem to show up almost everywhere, and 2) you are never far from a canal in this area! All photos were taken using a Panasonic Lumix digital camera with wide angle lens, please note that we will be retaining the high resolution originals, suitable for a wide range of publishing purposes. Please contact us for details. See also: photos in one mile

Greensforge, nr Enville Ashwood Marina View close to Summerhill School, Kingswinford Kingswinford Cross Standhills Road, Kingswinford Field House Lane, Pensnett Middle Pool, Pensnett Cochrane Road, Woodside, Brierley Hill Dudley Number Two Canal Baptist End Road
Fields, Gothersley Ashwood pumping station Lawnswood Playing fields, Cot Lane Auckland Road, Wordsley Canal near Leys Road, Brockmoor High Street, Brockmoor Merry Hill Shopping Centre Netherton Reservoir Canal at Cradley Road, Netherton
View, Gothersley Farm Track, Prestwood to Gothersley River Stour, Prestwood Balmoral Road, Wordsley Red House Cone, Wordsley Bull Street, Silver End, Brierly Hill Stourbridge Canal at Delph Road, Brierley Hill The Boulevard, Merry Hill Shopping Centre Old workshops at Mushroom Green Providence Street, Cradley Heath
Gothersley Lane Devil's Den, Stourton Prestwood Drive Kingsway, Wollaston Stourbridge Canal at Wollaston Bridge Path near Kirkstone Way, Withymoor Village Amblecote Road, Withymoor Stevens Park, Thorns Road Netherend Lane, Cradley Portersfield Trading Estate, Cradley
Canal at Dunsley Sandpit at Stourton Stourbridge Rugby Club, Stourton High Park Avenue, Wollaston Bridgnorth Road, Wollaston Birmingham Street, Stourbridge Railway bridge at Stambermill Christ Church, High Street, Lye Halesowen Harriers Drews Holloway, Colley Gate
  Canal view, Dunsley Round Hill, looking south towards Whittington Round Hill Farm Stourbridge Crematorium Heath Pool, Mary Stevens Park, Norton Oldswinford Cross Grange School, Grange Lane Stevens Park, Wollescote Clent and Walton Hills from Colley Gate Clent Hills from Lutley
Canal locks, Whittington Fields at Whittingotn Bunkers Hill Wood Junction of the Broadway, Greyhound Lane and Roman Road Stourbridge Golf Course/Racecourse Lane Junction of Racecourse Lane, Worcester Lane and Redlake Road Wychbury Hill from  Pedmore Lane View from Pedmore Lane Wassell Grove Fisheries Portsdown Road, Hasbury
Meadows alongside River Stour, Kinver Open countryside, Whittington Open countryside near Sugar Loaf Lane, Iverley Bridle path, Iverley Cornfields near Hagley Worcester Lane, Hagley Wychbury Hill from  Hagley  Road Wychbury Hill from Wassell Grove Hagley Wood Clent Hills from Hayley Park Road, Hayley Green
Fields at Common Barn Lane, Cookley Fields, Beechtree Lane Fields at Ismere Fields near Churchill View from Brake Lane, Hagley Lodge Crescent, Hagley Hagley Hall from Bromsgrove Road Pathway above Hagley Hall estate View from the summit of Clent Hills Fields near St Kennelms, Clent
Fields, Axborough Lane Fields, Waggon Lane, Churchill Farm tracks near Churchill Pool, Stakenbridge Lane View of Clent Hills from Thicknall Lane, Hagley Wychbury Hill from Thicknall Lane, Hagley Footpath from Broome Lane Fountain Pub, Adams Hill, clent Walton Hill Frankley Beeches from Clent Hills

While taking the photographs we set one or two ground rules. First, we tried to take our photos well within the one kilometre square i.e. avoiding the edges, using an OS map for guidance. The downside to this rule is that we could not take some of the photos that we wanted to, such as idyllic village scenes, or indeed Stourbridge town centre, but we had to stay true to the concept. If we had to take a photo that was close to one edge we shot it towards the centre of the square to compensate. All photos are unmodified except for slight alterations to brightness where necessary.

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