Birmingham shopping

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the shops of brum city center in the 50s

the shops of brum city center in the 50s

This is Birmingham (@brumpic) on Twitter

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Needless Alley,Birmingham,1955

The story behind the 18 original streets which made up Birmingham

This is when the city had a total of just 18 streets - do you live or work in any of these?

Birmingham City Transport Leyland TB5 Trolley bus - Art Postcard by Transport Artist G.S.Cooper

Birmingham City Transport Leyland TB5 Trolley bus - Art Postcard by Transport Artist G.S.Cooper

The story behind the 18 original streets which made up Birmingham

This is when the city had a total of just 18 streets - do you live or work in any of these?

July 1953, the last tram

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“Birmingham's last tram, July 1953 (Courtesy of Geoff Dowling)”

Town Hall and Council House 1970s #birmingham #brumpic by brumpic

Instagram post by Brumpic • May 28, 2016 at 3:26pm UTC

Town Hall and Council House 1970s #birmingham #brumpic by brumpic

Birmingham Bull Ring on September 16,1949

50 amazing nostalgic images of the Bull Ring

Birmingham Bull Ring on September 16,1949

The secret origins of Birmingham's street names - Birmingham Live

The secret origins of Birmingham's street names

We walk or drive along them every day without realising their amazing history

'The wickedest road in Britain': the photos that told the truth about red light Birmingham

'The wickedest road in Britain': the photos that told the truth about red light Birmingham

Varna Road caused moral panic in 1960s Britain. But Janet Mendelsohn set out to tell the truth about the red light district’s pimps, prostitutes, streetkids and slums

Foster Brothers, High Street, Stourbridge, 1966

Old photos of Stourbridge town centre shops

A collection of black and white photographs of Stourbridge town centre shops from various times in the past, including the High Street, Market Street, New Road