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West Midlands from the Air Gallery

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Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and the West Midlands

Choose from 68 pictures in our West Midlands from the Air collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


St Pauls Birmingham 18492_07 Featured West Midlands from the Air Image

St Pauls Birmingham 18492_07

St Paul's Church, St Paul's Square, Birmingham, West Midlands. Built in 1776-9 to the designs of Roger Eykyn as the centrepiece of a fine square of town houses built for merchants, industrialists and professional men. The belfrey and spire were added in 1822-3. Photographed in August 1999

© Historic England Archive

Aerial, Church, Georgian

Coventry Cathedral EAW024986 Featured West Midlands from the Air Image

Coventry Cathedral EAW024986

COVENTRY CATHEDRAL. The old Cathedral was destroyed by incendiary bombs on 14 November 1940, with only its spire and outer walls surviving. Seen here from the air in July 1949 the Cathedral is surrounded by empty plots where other buildings were destroyed in the Coventry Blitz. The interior of the Cathedral had been cleared and looks very much as it still does today. A new Cathedral was completed on adjoining land in 1962. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

© Historic England

Worcester in 1948 RAF_541_143_rp_3015 Featured West Midlands from the Air Image

Worcester in 1948 RAF_541_143_rp_3015

RAF Vertical aerial photograph of Worcester taken on August 24, 1948. The River Severn runs from bottom (north) to top (south) with the Cathedral top left and Worcester racecourse at Pitchcroft also on the left bank. On the right bank can be seen the County Cricket Ground at New Road, the suburb of St Johns and a variety of wartime buildings including the site of what later became the University of Worcester

© source: Historic England Archive