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Needless Alley Birmingham
I have always quite liked taking photos of areas that would not usually be considered as photogenic. Ironically to me this makes the subject very photogenic and I think this image, one I have always liked, proves my point.
St Martin's in the Bull Ring, Birmingham UK
Original church. The present Victorian church was built on the site of a 13th century predecessor, which was documented in 1263. The church was enlarged in medieval times and the resulting structure consisted of a lofty nave and chancel, north and south aisles and a northwest tower with spire. In 1547, although no record is kept to indicate when the first clock appears in Birmingham, during this year the King's Commissioners report that the Guild of the Holy Cross are responsible "ffor…
This clock that stood above the old market offices in the Bull Ring until it was bombed on the 26th August 1940. It was affectionately known as Percy's clock.
Phyllis Nicklin Unseen
A tutor in Geography in the extra-mural department of Birmingham University, Phyllis Nicklin (1909-69) left behind for the University an extraordinary archive of 35mm slides that she had taken, to...