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Galton railway bridge, Galton Bridge and Galton Tunnel on the Old Main Line (canals), near Smethwick, Birmingham, England Birmingham Canal, Birmingham Airport, Birmingham England, England And Scotland, England Uk, Three Bridges, Places In England, Canal Boat, Narrowboat

Three bridges

Although it's really "two bridges and a tunnel" over one of the canals of Birmingham, England.

1750 Map of Birmingham. Birmingham is now a city of over a million people, rebuilt again and again on the same site as this town; only two or three of the buildings in this map have survived to today. Birmingham Canal, Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham England, London History, Local History, World History, Family History, Old Maps, Yesterday And Today

1750 Map of Birmingham

SCROLL DOWN TO SEE A LARGER IMAGE OF THE MAP The coloured version by Alicja Borowska is sold by Paul Leslie Line who ...

The Custard House, Small Heath. Birmingham & the Midlands Pubs Birmingham Pubs, Old Pub, Good House, Custard, Good Times, Public, British, England

Birmingham & the Midlands Pubs

Birmingham & the Midlands Pubs

Amazing interior of the Birmingham Central Library, UK: built in after a fire destroyed the original building Demolished in This view shows the main reading room and is looking towards the Edmund Street end with Ratcliff Place to the right. Birmingham Library, Birmingham City Centre, Victorian Library, Moving To Australia, Birmingham England, Central Library, Building Structure, West Midlands, Local History

Victorian Central Library from the Geoff Thompson Collection

Colour Photo's of Birmingham's Victorian Central Library

Second World War: tunnels safe from German bombers where British workers made munitions for Britain to defeat Hitler | Daily Mail Online Pride Of Britain, Battle Of Britain, Great Britain, The Spitfires, Arms Race, Birmingham England, War Machine, World War Two, Mail Online

In pictures: The eerie factory tunnels safe from German bombers where munitions workers built the military might for Britain to defeat Hitler

The ‘Shadow Factory Tunnels’ under Birmingham’s Longbridge site are the remnants of Lord Austin’s secret plans that were hatched to bolster British military might in the face of German military aggression.

Photograph-The Maltings, Cape Hill, Staffordshire-Photograph printed in the USA Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham England, Online Images, Photographic Prints, Wonderful Images, Poster Size Prints, Photo Puzzle, Photo Mugs, Online Printing

Print of The Maltings, Cape Hill, Staffordshire

The Maltings, Cape Hill, Smethwick, near Birmingham, Staffordshire, England. Mitchells and Butlers Brewery Date: 1910s A4 (21x29 cm) Fine Art Print (#14197670) Framed Prints, Posters, Canvas, Puzzles, Metal, Photo Gifts and Wall Art

Father Guy Nicholls stands in the library of Birmingham Oratory which will be visited by Pope Benedict XVI during his UK tour. August 2010 in Birmingham, England. The Birmingham Oratory was. Birmingham News, Cool Things To Make, How To Make, Study Office, Father, England, Tours, Office Ideas, Business

Father Guy Nicholls stands in the library of Birmingham Oratory which...

Father Guy Nicholls stands in the library of Birmingham Oratory which will be visited by Pope Benedict XVI during his UK tour. August 11, 2010 in Birmingham, England. The Birmingham Oratory was...

Creepiest Secret Underground Tunnels Around the World Birmingham, Creepy, Fair Grounds, Around The Worlds, Urban, Explore, History, Travel, Crystal

Creepiest Secret Underground Tunnels Around the World

Thanks to an intrepid group of urban explorers, some of the most magnificent hidden engineering triumphs that lie, hidden, beneath the str...

The East Works site at Longbridge was built as part of a wider Government scheme, spearheaded by Lord Austin.My Aunt worked here on munitions Pride Of Britain, Battle Of Britain, The Spitfires, Arms Race, Peaky Blinders, War Machine, World War Two, Mail Online, Birmingham

In pictures: The eerie factory tunnels safe from German bombers where munitions workers built the military might for Britain to defeat Hitler

The ‘Shadow Factory Tunnels’ under Birmingham’s Longbridge site are the remnants of Lord Austin’s secret plans that were hatched to bolster British military might in the face of German military aggression.

Second World War: tunnels safe from German bombers where British workers made munitions for Britain to defeat Hitler | Daily Mail Online Pride Of Britain, Battle Of Britain, Great Britain, The Spitfires, Arms Race, Automobile Industry, War Machine, World War Two, Mail Online

In pictures: The eerie factory tunnels safe from German bombers where munitions workers built the military might for Britain to defeat Hitler

The ‘Shadow Factory Tunnels’ under Birmingham’s Longbridge site are the remnants of Lord Austin’s secret plans that were hatched to bolster British military might in the face of German military aggression.

Second World War: tunnels safe from German bombers where British workers made munitions for Britain to defeat Hitler | Daily Mail Online Pride Of Britain, Battle Of Britain, Great Britain, The Spitfires, Hawker Hurricane, Arms Race, Automobile Industry, War Machine, World War Two

In pictures: The eerie factory tunnels safe from German bombers where munitions workers built the military might for Britain to defeat Hitler

The ‘Shadow Factory Tunnels’ under Birmingham’s Longbridge site are the remnants of Lord Austin’s secret plans that were hatched to bolster British military might in the face of German military aggression.