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Policemen. Birmingham. late 19thC?

Policemen. Birmingham. late 19thC?

Carl Chinn: Every day on the farm was a 14-hour slog for Iris Drake - Birmingham Mail

Carl Chinn: Every day on the farm was a 14-hour slog for Iris Drake

Carl Chinn: Every day on the farm was a slog for Iris Drake - Birmingham Mail

Temple family. c1930 , 79 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham

Temple family. c1930 , 79 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham

Jack & Olive Temple. c1923. 79 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham.

Jack & Olive Temple. c1923. 79 Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham.

"New Street, throbbing with horses and carts, coaches of every size and shape, threading their way through the busiest thoroughfare on weekday morning." Birmingham New Street

"New Street, throbbing with horses and carts, coaches of every size and shape, threading their way through the busiest thoroughfare on weekday morning." Birmingham New Street

A view of the River Rea near Birmingham by Samuel Lines

Samuel Lines was Birmingham’s first topographical artist and his drawings and paintings offer a unique glimpse of life in the town in the early century.

Original Council House Birmingham

Postcards of the Past - Vintage Postcards of Birmingham

Lozells Road, Lozells nr. Handsworth, Birmingham Pre-1914 RP

Lozells Road, Lozells nr. Handsworth, Birmingham Pre-1914 RP

Harry Priddey. Yew Tree Lane, Yardley, Birmingham

Harry Priddey. Yew Tree Lane, Yardley, Birmingham

Children playing at the Chamberlain fountain in the city of Birmingham.

Children playing at the Chamberlain fountain in the city of Birmingham.

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