Dudley Street, Wolverhampton
- Reference Number: P/4739
- Date: [Early 20th cent]
- Level: Item
- Format: Photograph
- Description: A view of the junction of Queen Street with Dudley Street before it was pedestrianised. H. Samuel the jewellers stands on the corner. The shops that are distinguishable are N. B. Wholesale Shoe Warehouse, The Irish Linen Depot and Thoroughgoods the grocers. Next to them are the buildings housing Lloyds Bank and Barclays Bank (in Queen Square). Part of St. Peter's Collegiate Church can also be seen to the far left. Dudley Street represents an ancient link between Wolverhampton and the neighbouring borough of Dudley.
- Access Status: Open
- Contact: Wolverhampton Archives, Wolverhampton Archives & Local Studies
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