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This is What Hamstead is Like!
Hamstead is an area on the border between Birmingham and Sandwell, and is adjacent to the Sandwell Valley area of West Bromwich. Historically it's a mining town with Hamstead Colliery providing mid twentieth century miners with comfortable housing. Hamstead Colliery is now known as Hamstead Village, and is still every bit as comfortable. The River Tame runs through the village, as does the Tame Valley Canal which used to serve as a transportation method for the coal miners. Hamstead railway station provides services on the Birmingham-Walsall Line, and offers residents a convenient link to Walsall.