One such county is represented by WME Shropshire which has become besotted with Bridgnorth of late. The town's pubs are to the fore whereby the signs for the Crown (High Street) and Railwayman's Arms (on the Severn Valley station platform) are joined by a sneaky shot of the Old Castle's dartboard. Even some vintage road signs on West Castle Street still have a pub connection, mounted as they are on the walls of the Shakespeare.
Pub pickings are also very much in evidence on WME Warwickshire given that Atherstone ale haunts the New Dolphin and the Old Swan have supplied their signage; sadly the Dolphin is no longer trading, a considerable shame as I really liked it when Nick and I visited in September 2012. Meanwhile on WME Staffordshire, Boney Hay and Burntwood have both been bolstered with the Drill Inn, the Nags Head and a 'School Ahead' sign being among the arrivals.
Turning swiftly to West Midlands material, WME Coventry has developed a minor bus stop obsession concentrated within the vicinity of Barley Lea, Stoke Aldermoor (the local clinic provides some kind of counterbalance). WME Walsall summons its own stop segment plucked from the Allens Rough estate to go alongside Bloxwich's One Man and His Dog and a half-hidden Bridle Lane nugget from near Barr Beacon.
Bucking the recent trend, WME Birmingham has delved into my Digbeth Branch archives for some choice canal components; Ashted Tunnel rises to the occasion with views inside and out (the south-eastern portal a few months apart) being accompanied by a snap of nearby Lock 3. WME Wolverhampton similarly goes against the grain by offering museum morsels from Bantock House; here we can meet a miserable-looking mannequin and take a peek inside the billiard room (a shot I'm rather fond of). My favourite photo from July though can be found on WME Dudley, a Bathams beermat - need I say more? Until August, enjoy the pictures...