Welcome to the Stourbridge website, your guide to this historic town in theEnglish West Midlands

If you have never visited Stourbridge, your first impression may not be so great - the Ring Road is the first thing you are likely to see, but inside it is a wealth of fine architecture and over 150 shops - both chains and independents. But much of the charm of Stourbridge lies outside the town centre, with parks and suburbs with well kept houses, particularly in the Norton, Wollaston, Oldswinford areas, and the area known as the "Old Quarter".

Stourbridge is a historic town on the edge of the region known as the Black Country, a region of great industrial heritage. Stourbridge is to the west of this region, bordering on glorious countryside to the south and west. Stourbridge is world renowned for its glass industry, and the Stourbridge Lion, the first locomotive to run in the USA, at Honesdale. So for all things Stourbridge, this is the place!

Stourbridge Pubs
Riverside House
Photos from the 50s and 60s
Old videos of Stourbridge
Photos in a one mile radius of Stourbridge
The memoirs of Lye lady Ellen Sidaway
Stourbridge war memorials
The Stourbridge Lion locomotive
Stourbridge shopping
Lawn Street, Stourbridge Old Quarter
Car Parking in Stourbridge
world famous Stourbridge Glass
Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?
River Stour
Facebook pages
Frank Foley, WW2 Secret agent
What's above the shops?
Stourbridge town Hall
The parks of Stourbridge
Stourbridge railway viaduct
Stourbridge cinema again?
The Old Library, Stourbridge
100 photos
The Battle of Stourbridge
Transition Stourbridge
Lost and found
Old maps of Stourbridge
Clent Hills
Rock houses, Kinver Edge
Stourbridge Area Action Plan
St Thomas Church
Rob MacDonald photos
How far to Stourbridge
Stourbridge canal photos
Tidy Stourbridge logo
Knig Edward's hidden tunnels
Old Sturbridge
Stourbridge Township Council
Useful Stourbridge phone numbers
Fairtrade logo
Youtube videos
Black Country Radio
Thetres and cinemas
Stourbridge aerial photographs
About stourbridge.com
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