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Sunday, June 19 2011 - 12:09 PM
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I’ve been visiting your website for quite a while now and I always find more gems in your new photographs. Thanks for sharing.
Friday, June 03 2011 - 09:24 AM
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Melinda Thompson
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I am looking for info about my grandfather Richard Hopson from Pensnett. He was the son of John Thomas Hopson born 1851,from Holly Hall. He had a brother Thomas?, sisters Barbara, Charlotte and Isabella.
Saturday, July 03 2010 - 12:02 PM
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Paul
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Hi someone on my forum posted a link to you and I thought that as our goals and aims etc seem to be similar, maybe we should have a chat sometime??
Monday, March 01 2010 - 10:15 PM
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Phil Bartlett
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Hi and congratulations on a fantastic site.
I am trying to research rail operations on the Coneygre estate in the late 1950s up until cessation of rail traffic in 1963/1964. There was still at least one trip booked out of there at night, which routed via Sedgeley Jn and the Stour valley to Oldbury, thence via Albion, Bloomfield and Wednesbury to Bescot.

Anyone who remembers railway wagons in Coneygre (Birmid) can they please contact me.

Many thanks indeed
Thursday, October 08 2009 - 10:34 AM
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Barry Wilkinson
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Hello Ian,

Interesting website, I did not realise we had a common interest in Mining History.

Best regards

Barry (film-and-darkroom-user))
Saturday, August 22 2009 - 09:35 PM
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Stuart
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Some lovely pictures there. B&W really brings out the textures of some of the images. What really brought you to my attention was the photos of Cobb's Engine House. I do vaguely remember visiting it as a young child, but that was at least 29 years ago and one of my regular "virtual" wanders around the area using Google Earth brought me back to it again. I had never realised it was quite as close to where I went to primary school. I will have to make a return visit when I visit the area to see my Grandparents, who live near Bilston.

Keep up the good work

Stuart
Tuesday, March 31 2009 - 07:00 PM
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John Maddan
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Congratulations on your interesting site which overlaps with my current project.

The galleries on the Geograph website include one for 'The Tributaries of the River Severn' with a developing series of photographs of the River Stour and the Smestow Brook. Having seen your website I will now have to rewrite or expand on some of my descriptions to reflect more of the early industrial history.

Other galleries deal with steam engines, disused railways and other themes that may be of interest.

Wednesday, May 14 2008 - 08:49 PM
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Marco
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Hi Ian,

Just thought I would leave a message here after seeing your site. I initially didn't realize it was your own website you pointed out in the link you send me, since I haven't visited it before.

I see we share a love of old buildings and industrial heritage, and that you even managed to make your work of it. You can find some slightly similar pictures on my website under "Galleries", for example the pictures of "Steam pumping station Gemaal Halfweg", or the fortresses, like "Pampus" and "Vechten".

I also appreciate the background information you have available, for example on the Stourport - Leominster Canal, interesting.

I love the industrial heritage of Britain, and studied in Bangor in North Wales in 1993, unfortunately before I really started taking photography seriously, so no real keepers from that time, and especially no B&W photography...
Wednesday, April 23 2008 - 08:41 PM
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Chris Hodrien
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Brilliant concept and nicely executed. (I am a keen amateur IA'ist). Are you familar with the more recent "Geograph" site www.geograph.org.uk/- you might like to input selected photos - it has lots of IA content, register (free) and use the subject search tools, + try Chris Allen's portfolio (a personal friend, Droitwich).
With best wishes,
Mr Chris (R.C.) Hodrien
47 Henley Crescent
Solihull
West Midlands
B91 2JD
England

Technical Adviser & Publicity Officer
International Stationary Steam Engine Society (ISSES)
Tel. 0121 705 0278 (day +eve.)
EM chodrien@blueyonder.co.uk
Friday, March 14 2008 - 05:55 PM
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Ian Grant
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This Guestbook replaces the previous one which had to be disabled because of spam attacks.
Monday, February 18 2008 - 06:48 PM

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