84A WOLVERHAMPTON (STAFFORD ROAD)
The shed is on the west side of the main line north of Wolverhampton Low Level Station. The yard is visible from the line, and is partially visible from the Wolverhampton High Level-Stafford line.
From Wolverhampton Low Level Station
Turn right outside Wolverhampton Low Level Station into the drive. Turn left at the end of the drive into Wednesfield Road, continue along Broad Street to Princes Square and proceed as from High Level Station.
From Wolverhampton High Level Station
Go straight ahead outside Wolverhampton High Level Station along Railway Drive. Continue straight across the square at the end of Railway Drive into Lichfield Street. Turn right into Princes Square.
Turn right at Princes Square into Stafford Street and continue along Lower Stafford Street and Stafford Road. The shed entrance is a door in the wall on the right-hand side just past a railway over-bridge. Walking time 20 minutes. A trolley bus service operates from Princes Square to the shed door.
From Dunstall Park Station (closed on Sunday)
Turn left outside the station into Stafford Road, and the shed entrance is on the left hand side. Walking time less than 5 minutes.
The shed is on the west side of the line north of the station and Stafford Road shed. The yard is not visible from the line.
Follow the same routes from the stations as for Stafford Road shed but continue along Stafford Road past the entrance to that shed. Turn first left past the canal bridge along Jones Road. This road ends by a railway viaduct and there is a gate on the right hand side by one of the viaduct pillars. The left—hand cinder path from this gate leads to the shed. Walking time from the stations 30 minutes. A trolley bus service operates between Princes Square and the end of Jones Road.
Note.—Bushbury Lane is the second turning on the right off Stafford Road after Jones Road.
The shed is on the west side of the line, south of Banbury Station. The yard is visible from the line.
Turn left out of Banbury Station yard into a narrow road running parallel to the railway. This turns into a cinder track and leads to the shed. Walking time 10 minutes.
84D LEAMINGTON SPA
The shed is on the east side of the line south of Leamington Spa General Station. The yard is partially visible from the line and from the Leamington Spa Avenue—Rugby line.
Turn left outside Leamington Spa General Station into Old Warwick Road. Continue into High Street and Radford Road. Turn right into Camberwell Terrace and continue along the path that leads under the two railway bridges into Warneford Place. There is a gate on the left-hand side just past the second bridge. A cinder path leads under a railway bridge from this gate to the shed. Walking time 15 minutes.
The shed is on the west side of the line north of the station The yard is not visible from the line.
Turn right outside the station and fork right at the end of the bridge into Wharfedale Road. Continue into Warwick Road, and the shed entrance is on the right-hand side. Walking time 5 minutes.
See also under Birmingham.
The shed is on the west side of the Wolverhampton line north of Stourbridge Junction Station. The yard is visible from the line.
From Stourbridge Junction Station
Turn right outside Stourbridge Junction Station along the approach road. Turn left into Brook Road and right into Red Hill. Continue along Church Road and High Street through the town, into Stourbridge Road. Turn right into a broad cinder path between a level—crossing and the gas works. Bear left up a bank and the shed entrance is on the right—hand side. Walking time 30 minutes.
From Stourbridge Town Station
Turn left out of the yard in front of Stourbridge Town Station into Foster Street and turn right into High Street. Then follow the directions as given above. Walking time 20 minutes.
Note.-The shed consists of two separate buildings.
The shed is on the south side of the Bewdley line. The yard is visible from the line.
Turn sharp right from the station yard into Comberton Road. Turn first right into Farfield and bear left with this road. Turn right at the end into the main road and about 250 yards further on, turn right along a cinder path. Continue over the railway footbridge and turn left into Hoo Road at the end of the path. A cinder path leads to the shed from the right-hand side of this road, just past a railway under-bridge. Walking time 20 minutes.
The shed is on the north side of the line at the east end of the station. The yard is visible from the line.
Ascend the steps opposite the station entrance and turn left along The Parade parallel to the line. Turn left at the end into Victoria Road and the shed entrance is on the left just past the railway under-bridge. Walking time 5 minutes.