Black Country industry, 1870s

Black Country industry, 1870s

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Caption: Black Country industry. 19th-century artwork of trains, mines and factories in the area of England known as the Black Country. This area lies between Birmingham and Wolverhampton, with the name coming from the industries that were established there during the Industrial Revolution. This artwork was the frontispiece to 'Down in Dingyshire' (1873) by Reverend William Edensor Littlewood (1831-1886).

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