Laurel and Hardy at the Barton Arms Aston Birmingham.

Laurel and Hardy at the Barton Arms Aston Birmingham. These are a family favourite. Tony and I had a Christmas meal at the Barton Arms as it is now.

Birmingham Camp Hill Flyover

Camp Hill fly over It used to be quite terrifying going over it on top of a double decker bus.

Greys Department Store

The lost shops of Birmingham

Freeman, Hardy and Willis on the corner of Bull Street, to the right, and with Snow Hill to the left. The Greys Department Store is prominent in the foreground.

July 1953, the last tram

This is Birmingham on

“Birmingham's last tram, July 1953 (Courtesy of Geoff Dowling)”

Medicines for the Poor: The Dispensary on Temple Row, 1800.

The dispensary on Temple Row (far right), next to Styles's Hotel, c. The building had originally been a dwelling house built in aro.

New Street, Birmingham 1895. Image from http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/cs/Satellite?blobcol=urldata&blobkey=id&blobnocache=false&blobtable=MungoBlobs&blobwhere=1223446895991&ssbinary=true.

Looking down New Street from the Town Hall, Christ Church still standing. New post Office building has replaced Corbett's Temperance Hotel on the right.

The baths and public library on Moseley Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham, England.

The baths and public library on Moseley Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham, England. Photographed by me.

Statues around Birmingham, UK – Centenary Square (Statue was destroyed by fire)

Statues around Birmingham, UK – Centenary Square (Statue was destroyed by fire)

Statues around Birmingham, UK – Centenary Square (Destroyed by fire)

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