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Birmingham Framed Print Collection

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Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Odeon cinema, Birmingham BB87_03100

Odeon cinema, Birmingham BB87_03100
ODEON CINEMA, Kettlehouse, Kingstanding, Birmingham, West Midlands. Exterior view. 1930s photograph taken by John Maltby

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Locarno, Birmingham JLP01_08_058073

Locarno, Birmingham JLP01_08_058073
LOCARNO BALLROOM, Hurst Street, Birmingham. Entrance to the Locarno Mecca Ballroom, with members of the public reading the signage. 25th August 1960. Nightclub. John Laing Collection

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Birmingham Central Library DP137657

Birmingham Central Library DP137657
Birmingham Central Library, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham, West Midlands. General view of library (now demolished), from the north pediment of the Town Hall

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Austin Motor Plant EPW047811

Austin Motor Plant EPW047811
AUSTIN MOTOR PLANT, Longbridge, Birmingham. Aerial view of the car production plant in June 1935. Much of the manufacture at this time would have been the Austin 7. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Chamberlain Square, Birmingham BL01421_A

Chamberlain Square, Birmingham BL01421_A
CHAMBERLAIN SQUARE, Birmingham, West Midlands. This civic fountain was erected in 1880 by public subscription in gratitude for Joseph Chamberlains time as mayor (1873-6)

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Birmingham University 21103_02

Birmingham University 21103_02
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, West Midlands. The University with the Chamberlain Tower in the centre of a group of buildings arranged in a D shape

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: St Pauls Birmingham 18492_07

St Pauls Birmingham 18492_07
St Pauls Church, St Pauls 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

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Birmingham University EPW059859

Birmingham University EPW059859
UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Edgbaston. The semi-circular radial plan of Chancellors Court with the 1908 campanile tower at its focus forms the centrepiece of the university

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Market Hall, Birmingham, 1941 a42 / 00726

Market Hall, Birmingham, 1941 a42 / 00726
The High Street elevation of Market Hall showing damage caused by an incendiary attack. Bull Ring, Birmingham. Photographed by G B Mason for the National Buildings Record, 1941

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Woolworths, Birmingham FWW01_01_0103_001

Woolworths, Birmingham FWW01_01_0103_001
F W Woolworth And Company Limited, Spiceal Street, Birmingham. Exterior view of the shop front, with two women walking towards the camera in the foreground, 1921-35

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Villa Park PLA01_01_049

Villa Park PLA01_01_049
Villa Park, Trinity Road, Aston, Birmingham. The new Trinity Road stand of Villa Park football stadium, seen from the south-east. The new Trinity Road stand was officially opened in November 2001

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Birmingham Canal Navigations Head Office BCN01_01_01

Birmingham Canal Navigations Head Office BCN01_01_01
Birmingham Canal Navigations Head Office, Paradise Street, Birmingham. Exterior view showing the front elevation in 1876. The gateways through this building gave access to the Old Wharf canal

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Market Hall Birmingham, 1941 a42_00727

Market Hall Birmingham, 1941 a42_00727
Market Hall, Worcester Street, Bull Ring, Birmingham. Construction workers beside a traction engine inside the bombed out shell of the Market Hall. The former Market Hall dated from the 1830s

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Aston Hall Gateway Birmingham, 1941 a42_00706

Aston Hall Gateway Birmingham, 1941 a42_00706
Aston Hall, Gateway, Witton Lane, Aston Park, Aston, Birmingham. The gateway and gate lodges at Aston Hall with the tower and spire of St Peter and St Pauls Church in the background

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Bishop Ryders Church Birmingham, 1941 a42_00585

Bishop Ryders Church Birmingham, 1941 a42_00585
Bishop Ryders Church, Gem Street, Gosta Green, Birmingham. Bishop Ryders Church viewed from Vauxhall Street. The Bishop Ryder Memorial Church was built in 1838 to commemorate Henry Ryder

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: St Thomas Church Birminghma, 1941 a42_00588

St Thomas Church Birminghma, 1941 a42_00588
St Thomass Church, Bath Row, Lee Bank, Birmingham. The tower and portico of St Thomass Church viewed from the north showing bomb damage

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Waterloo Street Birmingham, 1941 a42_00411

Waterloo Street Birmingham, 1941 a42_00411
33 - 34 Waterloo Street, Birmingham. The exterior of Wellington House at 33 and 34 Waterloo Street with entrances to what could be an air raid shelter at ground level

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Corporation Street Birmingham, 1941 a42_00402

Corporation Street Birmingham, 1941 a42_00402
Coleridge Chambers, 175 - 177 Corporation Street, Birmingham. Coleridge Chambers, home of the Ideal Benefit Society and Barclays Bank, at 175-177 Corporation Street

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: St Johns Church, Deritend, 1942 a42_00201

St Johns Church, Deritend, 1942 a42_00201
St Johns Church, High Street Deritend, Deritend, Birmingham. The south elevation and tower of St Johns Church showing bomb damage. This building of 1735 replaced an earlier chapel of 1380

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: St Pauls Square Birmingham aa42_00123

St Pauls Square Birmingham aa42_00123
38 St Pauls Square, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. The exterior of 38 St Pauls Square, the premises of Martin & Company, Brassfounders and Woodworkers, photographed in 1941

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Colmore Row Birmingham, 1941 a42_00432

Colmore Row Birmingham, 1941 a42_00432
COLMORE ROW, BIRMINGHAM. A view looking north west along Colmore Row from the junction of Church Street showing sandbags built up outside number 55 in the foreground

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Clock dial a42_00120

Clock dial a42_00120
St Pauls Church, St Pauls Square, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. The clock dial of St Pauls Church viewed from within the tower. Photographed in 1941

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Chapel House Deritend, 1941 a42_00470

Chapel House Deritend, 1941 a42_00470
Chapel House, Chapel House Street, Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham. The exterior of Chapel House showing broken windows, probably a result of bomb damage

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Union Street Ladywood Birmingham, 1941 a42_00461

Union Street Ladywood Birmingham, 1941 a42_00461
Midland House, 27 - 30 Union Street, Ladywood, Birmingham. Midland House, the premises of Chamberlain King & Jones Limited, at 27-30 Union Street and 12 Union Passage, showing bomb damage

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00441

Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00441
Colonial Buildings, 7 Horsefair, Ladywood, Birmingham. The premises of the Birmingham Tube and Fittings Company Limited on the corner of Horsefair and Windmill Street

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00440

Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00440
Colonial Buildings, 7 Horsefair, Ladywood, Birmingham. The premises of the Birmingham Tube and Fittings Company Limited on the corner of Horsefair and Windmill Street

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Great Western Arcade Birmingham, 1941 a42_00436

Great Western Arcade Birmingham, 1941 a42_00436
GREAT WESTERN ARCADE, TEMPLE ROW, BIRMINGHAM. The entrance to the Great Western Arcade from Temple Row with two signs for ARP Shelters visible on lamp posts in the foreground

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: St Annes Convent Deritend a42_00473

St Annes Convent Deritend a42_00473
St Annes Convent, Lowe Street, Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham. The exterior of St Annes Convent viewed from the east showing the pre Victorian building

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: St Annes School Deritend a42_00472

St Annes School Deritend a42_00472
St Annes School, Alcester Street, Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham. An old man seated outside St Annes School, Alcester Street

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Smallbrook Queensway JLP01_08_058060

Smallbrook Queensway JLP01_08_058060
Birmingham. View of the Ringway Centre on Smallbrook Queensway showing Gloucester House and Lichfield House, 25th August 1960. John Laing Collection

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Old Birmingham BB65_04648

Old Birmingham BB65_04648
A view from Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham looking into Queens Head Yard, the door to the Queens Head Tavern to the right. Glass plate negative photographed 1875

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Spaghetti Junction EAW220279

Spaghetti Junction EAW220279
Gravelly Hills Interchange, Birmingham. Junction 6 on the M6 motorway meets the A38 and A5127 in a complex known as " Spaghetti Junction"

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Birmingham EAW210013

Birmingham EAW210013
Birmingham. The city centre, including the Rotunda and Moor Street Station, photographed by Aerofilms in 1971

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Villa Park AFL03_aerofilms_684905

Villa Park AFL03_aerofilms_684905
VILLA PARK, Birmingham. Aerial view of the home of Aston Villa FC since 1897. Villa Park played host to Group 2 matches at the 1966 World Cup. Photographed in 2000. Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Curzon Street Station BB64_02092

Curzon Street Station BB64_02092
Curzon Street Station, Curzon Street, Birmingham, West Midlands. View from the south-west. Curzon Street Station was built by Philip Hardwick in 1838 as the original terminus of the London to

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Birmingham EPW022584

Birmingham EPW022584
The Town Hall and municipal buildings at Victoria Square, Birmingham. Photograped in 1928 by Aerofilms Ltd

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: The Custard Factory DP099070

The Custard Factory DP099070
The Custard Factory, Digbeth, Birmingham. Looking north-east along the ellipical balconies of the studio buildings west elevation

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Skeleton in the closet OP34901

Skeleton in the closet OP34901
Aston Hall, Aston, Birmingham. This buildings was one of the first historic buildings to be used as a municipal visitor attraction

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Lamp DP073454

Lamp DP073454
Wall-mounted street lamp. Gas Street Basin, Worcester and Birmingham Canal, Birmiingham, West Midlands

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Library of Birmingham DP180933

Library of Birmingham DP180933
Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, West Midlands. Detail view of south and east elevations at twilight

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Library of Birmingham DP180932

Library of Birmingham DP180932
Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, West Midlands. General view of south and east elevations at twilight

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Central Library and Town Hall, Birmingham DP180935

Central Library and Town Hall, Birmingham DP180935
Central Library, Paradise Circus, Birmingham, West Midlands. October 2013. General view of John Madins Brutalist Central Library (now demolished) in context with the cityscape

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Weoley Castle 21103_07

Weoley Castle 21103_07
Weoley Castle, Birmingham, West Midlands. A licence to crenellate was granted to Roger de Somery in 1264 and a roughly rectangular moated site was built

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Winson Green EPW053095

Winson Green EPW053095
HM Prison, the City Mental Hospital and environs, Winson Green, Birmingham. Aerial photograph taken by Aerofilms in May 1937

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Goods shed, Birmingham BB64_02099

Goods shed, Birmingham BB64_02099
Curzon Street Station, Birmingham. A view showing goods coaches beside a shed. Photographed in 1964

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: New Street Signal Box BB95_13681

New Street Signal Box BB95_13681
New Street Signal Box, Birmingham. South east elevation from south east. Photographed in August 1995

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Alpha Tower, Birmingham DP162071

Alpha Tower, Birmingham DP162071
Alpha Tower, Suffolk Street, Queensway, Birmingham, West Midlands. General view from the south east. Designed by George Marsh. Former headquarters of ATV television company

Background imageBirmingham Framed Print Collection: Nat West Tower, Birmingham DP100067

Nat West Tower, Birmingham DP100067
Nat West Tower, 103 Colmore Row, Birmingham, West Midlands. General view of the former National Westminster House. Brutalist architecture designed by John Madin



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