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Wednesbury

About Wednesbury

24,337 in city
2,555,596 in metro
0 km² (0 mi²)
Located in the Black Country, it is possible that Wednesbury may date back as far as the Iron Age. The 'Wednes' part of the name comes from the the chief Anglo-Saxon god Woden and 'Bury' or 'beorg’ indicates a fort on Church Hill dating back 2,300 years. The former industrial town was once home to famous businesses including Elwells, FH Lloyd and Patent Shaft & Axletree. It was in such a significant location, it even had three railway stations.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
3 All Buildings
1
existing
1
unbuilt
1
demolished

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Russell House 107 ft 1968