Camden Street Hockley 1967 in Hockley Birmingham U K

Camden Street Hockley 1967 in Hockley Birmingham

Pope Street Hockley Birmingham Had family that lived in this street.

Back to backs Pope street early

B'ham Warstone Lane Site circa 1907

B'ham Warstone Lane Site circa 1907

The old gates at Key Hill cemetery showing the old church.

Old gates to the entrance of Key Hill cemetery Hockley Birmingham England. Showing the chapel which has been demolished.

Albion Street in the Jewellery Quarter

Albion Street in the Jewellery Quarter

Birmingham, Snow Hill Railway Station back in it's glory days.

Postcards of the Past - Vintage Postcards of Birmingham

Icknield Street Hockley Birmingham England.

Icknield Street Hockley Birmingham England.

The Stamping Shop, can you believe this is where the 2012 Diamond Jubilee Medals were produced! The heart of the Jewellery Quarter.

The Stamping Shop - this is where the 2012 Diamond Jubilee Medals were produced. The heart of the Jewellery Quarter.

The school of jewellery and silversmiths. Victoria Street in the Jewellery Quarter Birmingham UK. Phyllis Nicklin photo 1963

The school of jewellery and silversmiths. Victoria Street in the Jewellery Quarter Birmingham UK.

Workmans entrance many moons ago at Toye, Kenning & Spencer Birmingham

Workmans entrance many moons ago at Toye, Kenning & Spencer Birmingham:

A section of our Enamelling Shop in our Warstone Lane factory where we are still based today.

A section of our Enamelling Shop in our Warstone Lane factory where we are still based today.

Bulpitt & Sons Ltd, Camden Street, Birmingham 1933

Bulpitt & Sons Ltd, Camden Street, Birmingham 1933 .

The Betts Family Grave. St Pauls Square, Hockley, Birmingham, UK

The Betts Family Grave.

The Leopard Inn Great Hampton Street Birmingham England 1901.

Great Hampton Street 1901 and the pub is The Leopard Inn.

Barclays Bank - Grade II Listed Building

Barclays Bank - Grade II Listed Building

J W Evans Silversmiths been in business since 1881 the building has been rescued  by English Heritage. Now it's a museum nothing has been thrown away so all the tools of the trade are still here for us to see. They do tours of the factory.

J W Evans Silversmiths been in business since 1881 the building has been rescued by English Heritage. Now it's a museum nothing has been thrown away so all the tools of the trade are still here for us to see. They do tours of the factory.

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