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Summer Street viewed from Hill Bank, 1963

Old postcards of Studley Court, now Mary Stevens Park

We are indebted to Paul Banner for sending these images of Studley Court. His grandfather, Thomas Kearn, worked there around 1915 - 1920. Over the years it had various uses, including a military hospital in World War One and later as a girl's school, which it was at the time these photos were taken. Eventually it was bought by local businessman Ernest Stevens and given to the people of Stourbridge as a public park in the 1930s. As you can see, the building itself is virtually unchanged and is now used as offices by Dudley MBC. I am trying to work out where the farm and sanatorium was - does the building still stand and if so where is it? Back>>

Studley Court, Stourbridge
Entrance to Studley Court, Stourbridge
Studley Court dining room
Studley Court Lecture Hall
Studley Court gymnasium
Studley Court farm and sanatorium
Studley Court park
Studley Court rhododendron walk
Studley Court bridge
Studley Court swimming pool
Studley Court tennis courts
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