Brownhills West

Brownhills West railway station is a heritage railway station on the Chasewater Railway in . It is the western terminus of the Chasewater Railway.

Landmarks in the Area

Water feature
Chasewater is a reservoir located in the parish of Burntwood and the district of Lichfield in Staffordshire, England. is situated 2100 feet north of Brownhills West. Photo: Bs0u10e01, CC BY-SA 3.0.

School
Erasmus Darwin Academy is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form with academy status located in the Chasetown area of Burntwood in , England. is situated 3800 feet northeast of Brownhills West.

Railway station
Chasetown is a heritage railway station on the Chasewater Railway. is situated 1 mile northeast of Brownhills West.

Church
is situated 1 mile northeast of Brownhills West. Photo: Bs0u10e01, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Village
Brownhills West is a suburban village of in the Walsall and forms part of the border of the West Midlands and .

Town
Brownhills is a former mining town and former administrative centre situated in the Walsall Borough, West Midlands, England. is situated 1½ miles southeast of Brownhills West. Photo: Jpb1301, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Hamlet
Little Wyrley is an English hamlet in the county of , that forms part of Norton Canes civil parish and the Cannock Chase district. is situated 1½ miles southwest of Brownhills West.

Locality
Pelsall Junction is a canal junction at the southern limit of the Cannock Extension Canal where it meets the Wyrley and Essington Canal main line, near , West Midlands, . is situated 2 miles southwest of Brownhills West. Photo: Oosoom, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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