Stourbridge, West Midlands
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Stourbridge and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Echoes Of Forgotten Laughter

Stourbridge was my stamping ground as a young girl. I was born 1944 and I remember shopping there with my mother and then going to one of the many cinemas to watch a film, (remember when we had two films in one programme?) There was a fish and chip shop in Coventry St, where you could go upstairs and be served. ...Read full memory

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A Well Spent Life In Stourbridge

Most of my life was spent in Stourbridge although I came from Amblecote and went to school in Wordsley. Mom used to take me to Mary Stevens Park as I took my son in later years. I used to love the swingboat seesaw and the roundabout where you had to hang on. There was also a paddling pool that was ...Read full memory

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Worcester Street

My grandfather was a dentist in Stourbridge from before WW1 until 1961. He had his surgery and dental workshop in a large house in Worcester Street. In fact the house had two addresses: 64 Worcester Street and 1 Pargeter Street. My father and his three brothers and three sisters all grew up here and with breaks for war ...Read full memory

A memory of Stourbridge