Ikon Gallery (former Oozell Street School) by Victorian Society

Ikon Gallery (former Oozell Street School) by Victorian Society

A 19th century beam engine, manufactured in 1817 by Matthew Boulton and James Watt's company, that is now preserved on a traffic island on the A38M Aston Expressway on the approach to Birmingham city centre.

A Boulton & Watt blowing engine re-erected on the Dartmouth Circus roundabout on the in Birmingham, UK. It was built in 1817 and used in Netherton at the ironworks of M W Grazebrook

BT Tower, Birmingham

BT Tower, Birmingham - Opened October 1967 by Alderman James S. Meadows - Lord Mayor of Birmingham - James Stephen Meadows a Cousin of my Paternal Grandmother Lily (Gillin) Dale.

Birmingham's a concrete jungle? PFFT! The Library of Birmingham (Mecanoo Architecten, under construction) and Baskerville House - Birmingham, England

Birmingham's a concrete jungle? The Library of Birmingham (Mecanoo Architecten, under construction) and Baskerville House - Birmingham, England

This friendly stone pelican sits atop a building on Great Hampton Street in Birmingham.

This friendly stone pelican sits atop a building on Great Hampton Street in Birmingham.

How Salford Bridge now looks at Spaghetti Junction.

How Salford Bridge now looks at Spaghetti Junction.

Salford Bridge pictured in its pre-Spaghetti Junction days (it's now dwarfed by the sprawling interchange)

Salford Bridge pictured in its pre-Spaghetti Junction days (it's now dwarfed by the sprawling interchange)


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