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Warley,

urban area (1991 pop. 152,455), Sandwell metropolitan district, central England. Warley is highly industrialized; its manufactures include machinery, fabricated metal products, chemicals, and electrical appliances. There are also glass, iron, brass, and machinery and electrical equipment industries.

Warley

 

a city in Great Britain, located in the metropolitan county of West Midlands. Population, 163,300 (1973). Warley was formed in 1961 as a result of the merger of the cities of Smethwick, Halesowen, and Rowley Regis. Since 1974, Warley and the city of West Bromwich have been united in the metropolitan city of Sandwell, with a population of 320,000. Warley, an important center of the chemical industry, also has enterprises specializing in metallurgy, electrical engineering, automobile construction, various branches of metalworking, and glass production.

Warley

an industrial town in W central England, in Sandwell unitary authority, West Midlands: formed in 1966 by the amalgamation of Smethwick, Oldbury, and Rowley Regis. Pop.: 189 854 (2001)
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