EAW013561 ENGLAND (1948). The city centre including Vyse Street, the Lucas Factory and Tower Street, Birmingham, 1948

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Manylion

Pennawd [EAW013561] The city centre including Vyse Street, the Lucas Factory and Tower Street, Birmingham, 1948
Cyfeirnod EAW013561
Dyddiad 9-March-1948
Dolen
Enw lle BIRMINGHAM
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 406300, 288007
Hydred / Lledred -1.9072063666938, 52.489572907942
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SP063880

Pinnau

WW2 Camouflage Scheme

Sparky
Monday 7th of August 2017 01:53:51 PM
Bank (Lloyds) built circa 1890 - still in commercial use 2012) as a "Wedding Centre".

Glassman
Sunday 26th of April 2015 09:07:28 AM
Key Hill Cemetery

Glassman
Monday 1st of December 2014 05:03:41 PM
Joseph Lucas Ltd - Great Hampton Street works, built 1929. Joseph Lucas started in 1872 in nearby Little King Street and expanded to Great King Street circa 1890. The major factory buildings in Great King Street have been demolished (circa 1988) but the Great Hampton Street building has been retained as part of the preservation of the "Jewellery Quarter". It has been converted into New York style loft apartments and is named "New Hampton Lofts".

Glassman
Friday 13th of December 2013 06:52:07 PM
W Canning & Co Ltd - 133/137 Great Hampton Street. Manufacturers of plant, materials and chemicals for the electroplating, polishing and finishing of metals founded in 1785 but taken over by MacDermid Incorporated (Connecticut) in 1998. The refurbished and extended building is now (2013) used as "The College of Law".

Glassman
Thursday 12th of December 2013 04:40:17 PM
John Ashford & Son - started in 1842, as a "gift toy maker" (small decorative objects), in Lionel St. In 1912 they moved to a new building, designed by Arthur McKewan in "Arts and Crafts" style, in Great Hampton St trading as a manufacturing jeweller. Ashfords closed in 1980 but building survives in 2013

Glassman
Wednesday 11th of December 2013 12:20:09 PM