Map B: Lightmoor & Dawley
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Stirchley Village School

Stirchley Village School

Built in 1879, the school remained in use for 94 years. Rebuilt as part of Blists Hill Museum.

St James Church

St James Church

One of the finest churches in Telford. The chancel is over 800 years old.

Stirchley Hall

Stirchley Hall

Much of the present house dates from 1653. Enlarged over the 17th and 18th centuries.

Route of the London North Western Railway Branch Line to Coalport

Route of the London North Western Railway Branch Line to Coalport

Now the popular Silkin Way.

The Aqueduct

The Aqueduct

Carried the western arm of the Shropshire Canal over the old Wellington to Bridgnorth turnpike.

St Paul's Church, Aqueduct

St Paul's Church, Aqueduct

Built in 1851 by James Foster a local industrialist.

Foster's Row & Britannia Inn

Foster's Row & Britannia Inn

Built in the 1840s for the employees of James Foster along the side of the turnpike road.

Madeley Salop Train Station

Madeley Salop Train Station

Part of the Great Western Railway (GWR) line that connected Wellington to Much Wenlock.

Madeley Windmill

Madeley Windmill

Appears on an 1827 map of the area but may have been in operation much earlier than this.

Madeley Court

Madeley Court

Constructed during the reign of Mary I by Robert Brooke, Speaker of the House of Commons.

Lightmoor Crossing

Lightmoor Crossing

Line once supplied the brickworks, mines, furnaces and factories of Lightmoor & Little Dawley.

Tub Boat Bridge

Tub Boat Bridge

Built to carry a tramway over the Shropshire Canal.

Shropshire Canal

Shropshire Canal

Built in the 18th century this part of the Shropshire canal was used by Tub boats ferrying pig iron.

Castle Pools

Castle Pools

19th century feeder reservoirs for the nearby arm of the Shropshire canal.

Dawley Castle Site

Dawley Castle Site

Records suggest that a fortified manor house dating from 1316 was built on this site.

Stirchley Wesleyan Chapel

Stirchley Wesleyan Chapel

Built in 1840 for Stirchley Methodists.

Dawley and Stirchley Railway Station

Dawley and Stirchley Railway Station

Remains of the platform and goods yard can still be clearly seen.

Shropshire Canal

Shropshire Canal

Expanded the canal network southwards from Donnington Wood to the river Severn