EPW038600 ENGLAND (1932). The Hall of Memory, New Street Station and environs, Birmingham, 1932

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Details

Title [EPW038600] The Hall of Memory, New Street Station and environs, Birmingham, 1932
Reference EPW038600
Date June-1932
Link
Place name BIRMINGHAM
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 406406, 286836
Longitude / Latitude -1.9056676033938, 52.479043225284
National Grid Reference SP064868

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Prince of Wales Pub in 2008

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Thursday 6th of October 2016 12:28:26 AM

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Thursday 6th of October 2016 12:27:29 AM

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Thursday 6th of October 2016 12:24:22 AM
Cambridge Street

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Thursday 6th of October 2016 12:22:33 AM

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Thursday 6th of October 2016 12:20:49 AM

PURCELL
Friday 15th of November 2013 03:16:13 PM
Birmingham Municipal Bank building replaced this in 1933 ... or maybe was built on the cleared site next door.

B93Oldprop
Monday 1st of October 2018 12:48:22 PM

PURCELL
Friday 15th of November 2013 03:15:24 PM
Passenger train approaching Moor Street on viaduct

MB
Saturday 16th of March 2013 01:18:25 PM
The Great Western Railway's Moor Street Station. The large building to the right was the goods shed.

Toby Clempson
Saturday 16th of March 2013 07:48:30 AM
The double arched span roof of the 1884 extension to New Street Station which was used by the Midland Railway. This part of the roof lasted until the rebuilding c.1964.

Toby Clempson
Saturday 16th of March 2013 07:45:49 AM
Birmingham New Street Station - Cowper's great trainshed dating from 1854, at the time, having the greatest roof-span in the world. Demolished c.1946.

Toby Clempson
Saturday 16th of March 2013 07:44:22 AM
Crescent Wharf.

Toby Clempson
Saturday 16th of March 2013 07:42:57 AM
The Newhall Branch of the Birmingham Canal Navigations - original terminus of the original canal to Wolverhampton.

Toby Clempson
Saturday 16th of March 2013 07:42:17 AM
The entrance to the Gibson's Arm canal basin, part of which was filled in to build the Hall of Memory.

Toby Clempson
Saturday 16th of March 2013 07:41:02 AM
The London Midland and Scottish Railway's Birmingham Central goods station (formerly Midland Railway).

Toby Clempson
Saturday 16th of March 2013 07:39:40 AM
Demolition of church

Mr Jauncey
Saturday 15th of December 2012 07:10:44 PM

User Comment Contributions

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Friday 15th of November 2013 03:17:09 PM