David Greenway Posted a picture on his facebook group. Wolverhampton surrounding areas chat and nostalgia.
Of Cheapside circa 1890’s when it was used as a fruit and vegetable market, he asks and I quote
Wondering whats that place between church and mkt
It was of course The Old Exchange Hall erected in 1851.To answer this querie once and for all I shall post a couple of snippets regarding this ill-fated hall
This was the Exchange Hall – looking from Cheapside toward Exchange Street, named after this building which was erected in 1851 at a cost of £15,000.
To the the left of the hall stood the original St Peter’s Schools, built in 1847, on what was then Craddocks Walk.
Below the old cellar head.