Hazlemere Garage, Kingswinford
- Motorbuses introduced by Mr C.L. Wells between Wolverhampton and Kingswinford on Monday 13th March 1911, using 16hp Albion van chassis fitted with 17-seat single-deck bodywork.
- Registered as C.L. Wells Limited, Kingswinford, in August 1911.
- Operations of C.L. Wells Limited passed to Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Company Limited (BMMO—Midland “Red” Motor Services) from Sunday 1st April 1917. Before this time, C.L. Wells Limited operated two Albion buses (registration numbers DA829 and DA1551) in grey livery, but it is believed these were impressed by the War Office before the BMMO take over.
- Site closed in June 1917. It is unlikely the site was used to house BMMO vehicles.
The Portway, Steam Road, Kingswinford
- Long, thin red brick building behind The Portway Public House, believed to have once been a factory, with a two-story office block at the rear. Extended at the front (possibly by BMMO) with a curved-roof building that had the main vehicle entrance. Accessed via a small forecourt that had an outdoor refuelling pump.
- Garage opened by Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Company Limited (BMMO—Midland “Red” Motor Services) in April 1928.
- Vehicle allocation of approximately 20 “Standard” SOS single-deck buses.
- Garage closed on Friday 4th November 1932 with vehicles and operations moving to Stourbridge depot.
- Building still exists and is now partly occupied by J.M. Motoring Services Limited.