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City of London: St Helen Bishopsgate, 13th-15th centuries.

A rare survivor of the Great Fire of London and the Blitz. Originally a parish church and the Benedictine Priory of St. Helen (nunnery), they were merged into one with the dissolution of the Priory in

Co-op_Milk horse in Freer Road Birmingham

I remember well often waking up in the early hours to the clack clack sound of the horses hooves. Can't recall the milkman's name, but I think he was from Ticknock.

gartloch mental hospital 2 Abandoned Gartloch Insane Asylum, Glasgow

Gartloch Insane Asylum, Glasgow - Shortly before its closure in the French Renaissance and Scottish Baronial structure was used during the BBC TV series Takin’ Over the Asylum, about a hospital radio station.

Children playing in the street, Aston Birmingham 1898. My family have been in Aston since 1840s

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Street scene in Aston, 1898 © Birmingham Libraries & Archives

Bournville 1949

Bournville: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Bournville

The Longbridge Motor Works and Nazareth House, Longbridge, 1928. This image has been produced from a damaged negative. | Britain from Above

The Longbridge Motor Works and Nazareth House, Longbridge, This image has been produced from a damaged negative.

Villa Cross 1934. Thanks to Leonard Price Birmingham History Group https://www.facebook.com/handsworthhistsoc/photos/a.924189160982487.1073741829.780874875313917/972509422817127/?type=3

Villa Cross Thanks to Leonard Price Birmingham History Group

Snow Hill Station Birmingham UK

Exterior view of Snow Hill Railway station in Birmingham, circa

Junction of Artillery Lane and Gun St. 1961

liquidnight: “John Claridge Corner Shop, Spitalfields, 1961 “The kid’s just got his stuff for his mum and he’s walking back.” [via Spitalfields Life] ”

Cartland Road, Stirchley in 1927

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