|With the Zigzag Bridge in the distance|
The River Tame at various times in the 1890s, with the river moving through the landscape as it had done for hundreds of years. The remnants of old mills can be seen from time to time as the water gently passes farms and farmhouses. There are a few riffles (for Rob), but generally, the water seems to be quietly wandering by. From the Digital Handsworth site.
|The remains of Perry Barr water mill on the Tame|