The Goodyear chimney was an iconic landmark on the Goodyear factory on Stafford Road, Wolverhampton, England. It was 200 feet (60 m) high and weighed 3,000 long tons (3,000 t).
Demolition of the chimney in 2008
Work started on building the chimney in October 1927, with the mayor of Wolverhampton laying the first brick. In 2008 the factory and chimney were demolished. An Oxely primary school pupil and a former Goodyear worker had the privilege of pressing the firing button.