The place is a visitors mooring and a place of Interest.
|Mill Street Bridge||2 furlongs|
|Wolverhampton Tunnel (Southeast end)||1¾ furlongs|
|Wolverhampton Tunnel (Northwest end)||1¼ furlongs|
|Broad Street Basin||½ furlongs|
|Broad Street Bridge||½ furlongs|
|Wolverhampton Top Lock No 1||¼ furlongs|
|Little's Lane Bridge||¼ furlongs|
|Wolverhampton Lock No 2||1 furlong|
|Wolverhampton Lock No 3||1¾ furlongs|
|Wolverhampton Railway Bridge||2 furlongs|
- Wolverhampton bus station (Bus Station)
378 yards to the south.
- Wolverhampton railway station (Train Station)
271 yards to the southeast.
- Wolverhampton St George's tram stop (Landmark)
627 yards to the south.
- Wolverhampton Art Gallery (Tourist Attraction)
436 yards to the southwest.
- Wolves Civic (Comedy Club)
679 yards to the southwest.
- Molineux Stadium (Sports Venue & Stadium, Sports Center)
587 yards to the west.
- Woverhampton Grand Theatre (Theater)
343 yards to the south.
- Wolverhampton Grand (Performance Venue, Theater)
336 yards to the south.
- The Slade Rooms (Night Club, Concert Venue, Event Venue)
213 yards to the southwest.
- Birmingham Canal. Wolverhampton (Outdoors)
51 yards to the north.
- Virgin train to London Euston (Train Station)
234 yards to the southeast.
- Premier Inn, Wolverhampton (Hotel, Hospitality Service)
236 yards to the east.
- Wulfrun Hall (Performance Venue, Concert Venue, Event Venue)
716 yards to the southwest.
- Virgin First Class Lounge (Train Station)
262 yards to the southeast.
- The Grand Station Banqueting Suite (Arts & Entertainment, Wedding Planning, Event Venue)
328 yards to the southeast.
- Asda Wolverhampton (Big Box Retailer)
646 yards to the northwest.
- Wolverhampton ParkRun, West Park (Outdoors)
1518 yards to the west.
- Wolverhampton Civic Centre (City Hall)
680 yards to the southwest.
- London Midland Train To Birmingham New Street (Train Station)
265 yards to the southeast.
- Carvers Building Supplies (Other)
213 yards to the northwest.
- In My Nice Cute Leopard Print Bed With My Babi (Home)
868 yards to the north.
- Manchester Piccadilly (Train Station)
937 yards to the east.
- Virgin Trains (: (Train Station)
335 yards to the southeast.
- Wolvo!! (Region)
561 yards to the southwest.
- The Gym Group Wolverhampton (Fitness Center)
1222 yards to the southwest.
- Boots, Wolverhampton (Drugstore)
751 yards to the southwest.
- Randall Lines (Residence & Other)
464 yards to the northwest.
- Birmingham New Street! (Train Station, Automotive)
138 yards to the west.
- Tremont Street (Commercial & Industrial)
586 yards to the east.
- University Of Wolverhampton MC Building (College & University)
338 yards to the west.
- MG KLEAN (Cleaning Service)
1062 yards to the southwest.
Wikipedia has a page about Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton (/ˌwʊlvərˈhæmptən/) is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands, England. In the 2011 census, the local government district had population of 249,470. Wolverhampton's urban population at the time of the 2001 census was given as 251,462, and was the second largest component of the West Midlands Urban Area which makes it part of the third largest urban area in the United Kingdom. By this reckoning, it is the 12th largest city in England outside London. For Eurostat purposes, Wolverhampton is a NUTS 3 region (code UKG39). People from Wolverhampton are known as "Wulfrunians".
Historically a part of Staffordshire, and forming part of the metropolitan county of the West Midlands from 1974, the city is commonly recognised as being named after Lady Wulfrun, who founded the town in 985: its name coming from Anglo-Saxon Wulfrūnehēantūn = "Wulfrūn's high or principal enclosure or farm". Prior to the Norman Conquest, the area's name appears only as variants of Heantune or Hamtun, the prefix Wulfrun or similar appearing in 1070 and thereafter. Alternatively, the city may have earned its original name from Wulfereēantūn = "Wulfhere's high or principal enclosure or farm" after the Mercian King, who tradition tells us established an abbey in 659, though no evidence of an abbey has been found.
The variation Wolveren Hampton is seen in medieval records, e.g. in 1381.
The city grew initially as a market town with specialism within the woollen trade. During and after the Industrial Revolution, the city became a major industrial centre, with mining (mostly coal, limestone and iron ore) as well as production of steel, japanning, locks, motorcycles and cars – including the first vehicle to hold the Land speed record at over 200 mph. Today, the major industries within the city are both engineering based (including a large aerospace industry) and within the service sector.
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