RAILWAY AND INDUSTRIAL HISTORY OF THE SOUTH WEST BLACK COUNTRY

 
 

 

 

 

County Express
incorporating
BRIERLEY HILL, STOURBRIDGE, KIDDERMINSTER & DUDLEY NEWS
SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE & EAST WORCESTERSHIRE CHRONICLE


No. 113.] SATURDAY, 27th., FEBRUARY, 1869 [ PRICE ONE PENNY

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE
BEWDLEY

TENBURY AND BEWDLEY RAILWAY.- A new goods, or rather coal station, is being erected upon this line in the Bewdley Far Forest. We are informed the station will be named “The Crown Lands Station.” The lease of the Bewdley crown lands expires shortly, when it is expected the property will be leased out in allotments to suit parties either for building or mining purposes.

 


CORRESPONDENCE

THE LATE ASSAULT AT CRADLEY HEATH STATION - To the EDITOR of the COUNTY EXPRESS.

SIR, — I beg to inform the public that I am not the James Cutler named in your last impression for assaulting Mr. Higgs at Cradley Heath station, but that I reside in Union Street, Newtown, Cradley Heath, and the other James Cutler in Queen Street. — Respectfully yours,

JAMES CUTLER.