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
Part of the Great Western Railway (GWR) line that connected Wellington to Much Wenlock.
Appears on an 1827 map of the area but may have been in operation much earlier than this.
Constructed during the reign of Mary I by Robert Brooke, Speaker of the House of Commons.
Madeley High Street
Most of the street remains untouched and looks exactly as it did in the mid 1800s.
Built in 1870 as a Market Hall, Jubilee House is now the offices of Madeley Parish Council.
St Michael's Church
An octagonal shaped church designed by Thomas Telford and built in 1796.
All Nations Public House
Has been brewing and selling its own beer on the premises, almost continuously, since 1832.
Lee Dingle Bridge
Soars high above the Coalport Road and railway line. Built circa 1859.
Blists Hill Tunnel
19th century brick-lined railway tunnel, 60-70 metres in length.
Hay Inclined Plane
One of the best examples of the ingenuity of 19th century engineers
Jackfield and Coalport Memorial Footbridge
Memorial to 26 servicemen whose lives were lost in the Great War
Maws Tile Works
Once the largest employer in the area. In operation from 1883-1969.
Craven Dunnill Encaustic Tile Works
Built in 1870 to meet the ever-growing demand for decorative tiles.
Jackfield Sidings & Severn Valley Railway
Reputed to be the widest level crossing gates in Britain.
Blists Hill Victorian Town Museum
Originally called Blists Hill Open Air Museum. Opened in 1973.
Coalport China Museum
Maw's Craft Centre
Jackfield Tile Museum