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"Hyde Park Corner", Bloomsbury Street, Duddeston, Birmingham
Photograph of new flats- ""Hyde Park Corner"", Bloomsbury Street, in Duddeston. Vauxhall to the right. In 1839 this was the inner ring of the industrial district area (Rea Valley, Gas Works, railway etc.). The photograph was taken in mid 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Duddeston, houses, flats, shops, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
"Inner Fort", Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the excavations at the ""Inner Fort"", at Metchley Roman Fort, taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, University of Birmingham, clocks, excavations, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
"Site of the Moat House" plaque, Manor House, Moat Row, Birmingham
Photograph of the "site of the Moat House" plaque, Manor House, Moat Row, by the entrance to the fish market. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, markets, plaques, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
110-112, Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of workshops in Vyse St. At number 110 worked H.W. Spencer, watch repairer. Number 111 housed C. Lucas and Sons, jewellers and ring manufacturers. At number 112, Geo Taylor and Sons were ring makers and diamond mounters. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, workshops, houses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
16, Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of 16, Whittall Street, in the Gun Quarter, at the side of the General Hospital. The house was built in 1760, and in 1961 was transformed into a hostel for the clergy. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, houses, cars, street lamps, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
16, Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of 16, Whittall Street, in the Gun Quarter, in decay. The photograph was taken in early 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, houses, cars, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
16, Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of 16, Whittall Street, in the Gun Quarter, in decay. The photograph was taken in early 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, houses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
16/18, Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of numbers 16/18, Whittall Street, in the Gun Quarter in decay. At number 18, Thomas Wild Gun Works. In the background the spire of St. Chad's RC Cathedral can be seen. The photograph was taken in early 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
178, Bradford Street, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of number 178, Bradford Street, a late 18th century/ early nineteenth century house (ie. pre 1817), which in 1968 housed H.E. Empson, tea and coffee specialists, established in 1911. On the right Holy Trinity Church (1820/22), designed by Francis Goodwin. The photograph was taken in late ...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, houses, workshops, churches, street lamps, cars, zebra crossings, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
178, Bradford Street, Deritend, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of number 178, Bradford Street, from Lowe Street. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, houses, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
18, Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of number 18, Whittall Street, in the Gun Quarter, housing Thomas Wild Gun Works. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, lorries, restaurants, coffee bars, cafes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
18, Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of number 18, Whittall Street, in the Gun Quarter, housing Thomas Wild Gun Works, at the first floor. The proprietor was Rowland Watson. The photograph was taken in early 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, cars, restaurants, coffee bars, cafes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
21, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of number 21, Calthorpe Road, housing the RSPCA. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
27/28, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of brackets for former oil street lamps in front of numbers 27/28, Calthorpe Road. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, street lamps, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
36, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of number 36, Calthorpe Road. The Georgian house was built c. 1829/30, and was the headquarters of the National Federation of Building Trades Employers, Midland branch. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, offices, Georgian, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
36, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham- 2nd image
Photograph of number 36, Calthorpe Road. The Georgian house was built c. 1829/30, and was the headquarter of the National Federation of Building Trades Employers, Midland branch. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, offices, Georgian, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
4-5, Carpenter Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of numbers 4-5, Carpenter Road. The house, in Regency style, was built c. 1810/20, and number 4 was a doctor's house. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Regency, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
44-48, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of numbers 44-48, Calthorpe Road. The house was the office of Henry W. Weedon and Partners, Chartered Architects and Surveyors. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, offices, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
49, Carpenter Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of number 49, Carpenter Road, showing flats at corner of Carpenter Road and Arthur Road. The building, named Warwick Crest, is 16 storeys high and was built c. 1962/63. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
6, Carpenter Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of number 6, Carpenter Road. The house, in Regency style, was built c. 1810/20, and the photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Regency, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
83 Harborne Road, Giles House, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of 83 Harborne Road, Giles House, Edgbaston, the birthplace of Sir Austen Chamberlain on 16th October 1863. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Chamberlain, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
A.A. headquarters, Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of A.A. headquarters, Hagley Road (north side) Edgbaston, near Plough and Harrow Road. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, offices, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Alcester Street corner, Cheapside, Birmingham
Photograph of Alcester Street corner, Cheapside, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, shops, roads, advertisements, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Anderton Street, Alexandra Street and King Edward's Road corner, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of Anderton Street, Alexandra Street and King Edward's road corner, Ladywood, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, terraced houses, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Anderton's Square and exit to Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Anderton's Square and exit to Whittall Street in Birmingham's Gun Quarter taken in mid 1960. Parker Hale Ltd's workshops (arms and accessories) were built c.1773/5.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Anderton's Yard, Whittall Street (derelict), Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Anderton's Yard, Whittall Street in Birmingham's Gun Quarter taken when derelict in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Anderton's Yard, Whittall Street (derelict), Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Anderton's Yard, Whittall Street in Birmingham's Gun Quarter taken when derelict in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Anderton's Yard, Whittall Street (derelict), Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of Anderton's Yard, Whittall Street in Birmingham's Gun Quarter taken when derelict in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Anderton's Yard, Whittall Street (derelict), Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of Anderton's Yard, Whittall Street in Birmingham's Gun Quarter taken when derelict in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Anglo-Saxon column, St. Peter's Collegiate Church churchyard, Wolverhampton, West Midlands
Photograph of a headless Anglo-Saxon cross in St. Peter's Collegiate Church churchyard, Wolverhampton. The date is uncertain, possibly the 9th century and the material could be Grinshill stone. The shaft is 14' high, a size similar to the (Roman) forum columns at Viriconium, near Wroxeter, from wher...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : West Midlands, Wolverhampton, St. Peter's Collegiate Church, columns, Anglo-Saxon columns, Saxon period, Wolverhampton
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Armoury Road and B.S.A. (Ariel), Small Heath, Birmingham
Photograph of Armoury Road and B.S.A. (Ariel) - makers of motorcycles in Small Heath, established in 1862. Original and new works are shown (some damaged in the Blitz). The houses were built post-1862. The photograph was taken in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Small Heath, motorcycles, motorbikes, factories, the Blitz, terraced houses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham, Birmingham Small Arms Company Ltd.
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Art Gallery, Victoria Square, Birmingham
Photograph of the Art Gallery and Chamberlain fountain decorated for the celebrations of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The photograph was taken in mid 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, museums, art galleries, flags, fountains, Elizabeth II, coronation celebrations, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Aston Church and Nechells power station, Aston, Birmingham
Photograph of Aston Church and Nechells power station, also showing bridge over Hockley Brook in Aston Park, Atkinson's brewery and Queen's Road (derelict). The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Aston, parks, churches, power stations, bridges, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Aston Church, Aston Hall grounds, Aston, Birmingham
Photograph of Aston Church taken in 1968 from the Aston Hall grounds, Aston Hall Road. The lower part of the church dates from the fifteenth century, the spire from 1776 and the rest from 1879-90. Salford flats (built c.1956) in background.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Aston, churches, parks, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Auchinleck House, Broad Street, Birmingham
Photograph of Auchinleck House in Broad Street, near Five Ways. Auchinleck House was built c.1960 and the photograph taken in late 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Five Ways, Broad Street, offices, shops, buses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Augusta Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Augusta Street in the Jewellery Quarter. The plate at number 6 reads ""Wark and Hodgetts, Polishers and Platers to the trade""; at number 7 ""H.T. Cliff and Co., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths""; at number 8 ""Gaunt, Finishers of precious metals etc."" Padlocks and bars on doors can be se...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, houses, shops, jewellery, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
B.K.L. Alloys Ltd., Bradford Street, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of the interior of B.K.L. Alloys Ltd., in Bradford Street, near the meat market. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, factories, fork lift trucks, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
B.S.A. (Ariel), Small Heath/Sparkbrook, Birmingham
Photograph of B.S.A. (Ariel) - makers of motorcycles in Small Heath/Sparkbrook, established in 1862. Armoury Road is to the left, Golden Hillock Road to the right, and the Warwick Canal is behind the works. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Small Heath, Sparkbrook, motorcycles, motorbikes, factories, canals, Birmingham Small Arms Company Ltd.
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
B.S.A. Works, Armoury Road, Small Heath, Birmingham
Photograph of the entrance to B.S.A. Works (makers of motorcycles), in Armoury Road, Small Heath, built in c. 1862. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Small Heath, industries, factories, lorries, motorbikes, motorcycles, Twentieth century Birmingham, Birmingham Small Arms Company Ltd.
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
BBC Midland Regional Headquarter, Carpenter Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the BBC Midland Regional Headquarter in Carpenter Road, Edgbaston, formerly the Royal Institution for the Blind. The building was built in c. 1851/52 and altered in c. 1892/93. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, cars, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Back of Welsh House Farm, Harborne, Birmingham
Photograph of the back of Welsh House Farm, near Harborne. The photograph was taken in early 1961.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1961
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, Welsh House Farm, farms, houses, rubbish bins, dustbins, chimneys, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Backs of Anderton Street terraces, during demolition, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of the backs of Anderton Street terraces, off King Edward's Road, during demolition. Some houses were still inhabited at this point. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, terraced houses, demolition sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Backs of Anderton Street terraces, during demolition, Ladywood, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the backs of Anderton Street terraces, off King Edward's Road, during demolition and also shows children playing in the background. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, terraced houses, demolition sites, children, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Backs of Anderton Street terraces, during demolition, Ladywood, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of the backs of Anderton Street terraces, off King Edward's Road, during demolition. Children are shown playing in the foreground. Some houses were still inhabited when this photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, terraced houses, demolition sites, children, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Backs of terraced houses, Lawrence Street, Birmingham
Photograph of the backs of terraced houses, Lawrence Street (Ryder Street area) - early Corporation housing (1891), associated with the Corporation Street scheme. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, terraced houses, laundry, washing, clothes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bell Holloway, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of Bell Holloway, in Northfield, taken in mid 1958. This was possibly the old way from Northfield to Dudley (via Bartley). The 'Bell and Bluebell Inn' at the junction of Bell Lane and Bell Holloway was a coaching station for travellers until a new 'Bell Inn' was built on the Bristol Road ...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1958
Keywords : Birmingham, Northfield, roads, streets, lanes, street lamps, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (front view), Birmingham
Photograph of Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (front view), taken in 1967. The building dates back to Stuart times and is dated to 1661 by an inscription on the chimney.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (front view), Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (front view), taken in 1967. The building dates back to Stuart times and is dated to 1661 by an inscription on the chimney.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (front view), Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (front view), taken in 1969, showing the Stuart timber-frame structure, the gate-posts and the chimneys which contain an inscription dating the whole building to 1661.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, chimneys, Stuart houses, timber-framed buildings, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (rear view), Birmingham
Photograph of Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (rear view), taken in 1969, showing the Stuart timber-frame structure, the chimneys (right) which contain an inscription dating the whole building to 1661 and the 1760 kitchen extension (left).
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, chimneys, Stuart houses, timber-framed buildings, Seventeenth-eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (side view), Birmingham
Photograph of Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (side view), taken in 1969. The building dates back to Stuart times and is dated to 1661 by an inscription on the chimney.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (view from road), Birmingham
Photograph of Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (view from road), taken in 1967. The building dates back to Stuart times and is dated to 1661 by an inscription on the chimney.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (view from road), Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton (view from road), taken in 1967. The building dates back to Stuart times and is dated to 1661 by an inscription on the chimney.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, part of front with 1661 chimneys, Birmingham
Photograph of Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969, showing the Stuart timber-frame structure and the chimneys which contain an inscription dating the whole building to 1661.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, chimneys, Stuart houses, timber-framed buildings, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bennett's Hill/Waterloo Street, Central Birmingham
Photograph of the corner between Bennett's Hill and Waterloo Street in Central Birmingham. The photograph was taken in mid 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, houses, cars, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Berkeley House, 119 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Berkeley House, 119 Hagley Road (north side), Edgbaston, near Plough and Harrow Road. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, offices, cars, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bourn Brook, Bottetourt Road bridge, Harborne, Birmingham
Photograph of Bourn Brook at Bottetourt Road bridge (south of Osmaston Road), Harborne, taken in 1962.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1962
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, brooks, bridges, streams, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bradford Street towards town, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of Bradford Street in the Rea Valley, Deritend. It was part of the late 18th century planned suburbs, begun in c. 1767, and part of the inner ring industrial belt. The viewpoint is the corner between Warner St and Bradford St, towards the city centre. On the left, "The Shepherd's Rest" pu...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, zebra crossings, roads, streets, street lamps, lorries, pubs, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bradford Street, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of Bradford Street at the corner with Alcester Street, in Deritend. The planning of this area dates to the 18th century. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, zebra crossings, roads, streets, street lamps, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bradford Street, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of Bradford Street, Deritend. The estate was begun in 1767, while the end house; no.178 was probably built pre-1817. The photograph was taken in early 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, terraced houses, advertisements, Late eighteenth/early nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bradford Street, Deritend, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Bradford Street at the corner with Alcester Street, in Deritend, part of the late 18th century planned suburbs. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, zebra crossings, roads, streets, street lamps, lorries, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bradford Street, Market area, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of Butcher's Hide, Skin, Fat and Wool Co. Ltd., in Bradford Street, near the meat market. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, cars, decorative plasterworks, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
British Rail House, near Berkeley Street, Birmingham
Photograph of British Rail House (offices), near Berkeley Street. South-west view from Civic Centre Gardens, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, offices, parks, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring street market - market barrows along roadside, Birmingham
Photograph of the Bull Ring street market, showing market barrows along the roadside. The photograph was taken one day before the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring street market florist, Birmingham
Photograph of the Bull Ring street market, taken on the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, florists, flowers, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring street market florist, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the Bull Ring street market, taken on the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Bimringham, Bull Ring, markets, florists, fashion, clothes, flowers, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring street market, Birmingham
Photograph of the Bull Ring street market, taken on the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, crowds, people, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring street market, Birmingham -2nd image
Photograph of the Bull Ring street market, taken on the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, statues, crowds, people, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Birmingham - 1st image
Photograph of the old Bull Ring. The last day for street trading here was September, 12th 1959. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, churches, zebra crossings, street lamps, florists, fashion, clothes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the old Bull Ring with a view of St. Martin's church. The last day for street trading here was September, 12th 1959. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, churches, florists, fashion, clothes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of the Bull Ring, taken one day before the last day of street trading - 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, churches, buses, lorries, fashion, clothes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of the Bull Ring, taken one day before the last day of street trading - 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, churches, buses, fashion, clothes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Birmingham - 5th image
Photograph of the Bull Ring, taken one day before the last day of street trading - 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, churches, buses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Birmingham - 6th image
Photograph of the Bull Ring, last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, churches, buses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Moor Street, Inner Ring Road, Birmingham
Photograph of Moor Street, Inner Ring Road, the Bull Ring, on the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, buses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Spiceal Street -5th image
Photograph of the Bull Ring, Spiceal Street, taken one day before the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, shops, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Spiceal Street, Birmingham
Photograph of the Bull Ring, Spiceal Street, taken one day before the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, shops, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Spiceal Street, Birmingham -2nd image
Photograph of the Bull Ring, Spiceal Street, taken one day before the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, shops, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Spiceal Street, Birmingham -3rd image
Photograph of the Bull Ring, Spiceal Street, taken one day before the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, Spiceal Street, Birmingham -4th image
Photograph of the Bull Ring, Spiceal Street, taken one day before the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, shops, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, St. Martin's Church (side view) and street market, Birmingham
Photograph of the Bull Ring market and St. Martin's Church, taken on the last day of street trading, 12/9/59.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, markets, churches, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bull Ring, old street pattern, Birmingham
Photograph of the old street pattern in the Bull Ring. The last day for street trading here was September, 12th 1959. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Bull Ring, buses, churches, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Bullock Street, Nechells Green, Birmingham
Photograph of Bullock Street, in Nechells Green. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Nechells Green, houses, factories, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Calthorpe Road at the west corner of St. James' Road. On the left, there is Shell-Mex House, completed in 1962, on the right the RSPCA. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Camp Hill, Bordesley, Birmingham
Photograph of Camp Hill, Bordesley, with Holy Trinity Church in background. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Bordesley, churches, terraced houses, cars, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Caroline Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the corner between Caroline Street and Regent Street. The jewellery workshops were dedicated to engravings, polishing, enamelling, optical works, jewellery and diamond setting. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, factories, workshops, jewellery, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Carved stones, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of carved stones in Weoley Castle, Northfield. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, carved stones, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Castle Vale, view east along Tangmere Road, Birmingham
Photograph of Castle Vale, view east along Tangmere Road (Castle Bromwich aerodrome site). The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Castle Vale, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Castle, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham
Photograph of the Norman motte and bailey castle in Castle Bromwich, Warwickshire, in particular the motte and part of the bailey, from the south. In the background, Ketton cement mixer and the Concorde Tower (flats) in Tangmere Drive, Castle Vale. To the left, Tame Valley industrial belt. The photo...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Castle Bromwich, castles, flats, mottes, baileys, Medieval Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Chamber of Commerce building, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the Chamber of Commerce building, Harborne Road, Edgbaston, taken in 1960. The building is constructed of marble, Portland stone, aluminium and glass.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Chamberlain Square, Edmund Street, Birmingham
Chamberlain Square, Edmund Street, showing the Town Hall and the Council House, and the site for the new library (previously university site). The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, construction sites, libraries, universities, town halls, councils, civic centre, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Chapel and guest house, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the chapel and guest house of Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlands.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, chapels, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Charlotte Street, Central Birmingham
Photograph of the Sheffield Smelting Co. Ltd., in Charlotte Street. The photograph was taken in late 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, factories, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Charlotte Street, Central Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the Sheffield Smelting Co. Ltd., in Charlotte Street/ St. Paul's Square. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, factories, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Cheapside from the corner of Ravenhurst Street and Moseley Road, Birmingham
Photograph of Cheapside from Ravenhurst Street and Moseley Road corner, with Joseph Nichols Wire Goods and woven wire works on the corner. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Cheapside, workshops, houses, factories, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Cheapside, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of a backyard workshop in Cheapside. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, workshops, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Cheapside, near Ravenhurst Street and Moseley Road corner, view West/ North West towards Birmingham city centre
Photograph of Cheapside, near Ravenhurst Street and Moseley Road corner, view West/ North West towards the city centre and part of Bradford Estate (begun 1767, and at the time of the photograph part of the industrial inner zone). The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Cheapside, workshops, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Chimneys, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham
Photograph of the chimneys built in 1661, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, chimneys, Stuart houses, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Chimneys, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the chimneys built in 1661, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, chimneys, Stuart houses, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Church nucleus, Harborne, Birmingham
Photograph of the church ""nucleus"" in Harborne from near ""Gravel Bank"", Northfield Road, to south west. The photograph was taken in early 1961.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1961
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, houses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Clark Street (Icknield Port Road corner), Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of Clark Street, on the corner of Icknield Port Road, Ladywood (c.1870s) showing the Glassblower's Arms pub. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, houses, pubs, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Colmore Row, central Birmingham
Photograph of Colmore Row in Birmingham City Centre, taken in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, banks, taxis, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Construction site, St. Mary's Row, former Gun Quarter,
Photograph of St. Mary's Row in the former Gun Quarter, showing the view across Whittall Street and fomer Weaman Street to Snow Hill, taken in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, construction sites, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Corner between Little Anne Street and Milk Street, Central Birmingham
Photograph of the corner between Little Anne Street and Milk Street, in Central Birmingham. The photograph was taken in mid 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, houses, shops, advertisements, street lamps, viaducts, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Corner of Arthur Road and Church Road (west side), Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of a neo-Georgian house built in 1966 to replace a Victorian house at the corner of Arthur Road and Church Road in Edgbaston, taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Corner of Carpenter Road and Church Road, crossing Sweeper's Seat, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of corner of Carpenter Road and Church Road (number 7) Edgbaston, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Corner of Crescent, Cambridge Street, Birmingham
Photograph of the corner of Crescent, Cambridge Street, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, shops, cars, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham
Photograph of the Council House (1874-79), Victoria Square, during the celebrations of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Victoria Square, Elizabeth II, statues, flags, coronation celebrations, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham
Photograph of the Council House in Victoria Square, Colmore Row, with the decorations for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The photograph was taken in mid 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Victoria Square, councils, civic centres, Elizabeth II, flags, statues, policemen, cars, coronation celebrations, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Curzon Street Station, Duddeston, Birmingham
Curzon Street Station (1838), in Rea Valley, Duddeston. On edge of built-up area in 1838 - no need for tunnel or for demolition. The photograph was taken in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, train stations, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Cutting through sandstone, Edmund Street, Paradise Circus - University (Mason College) site, Birmingham
Photograph of cutting through sandstone, Edmund Street, Paradise Circus - University (Mason College) site, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, construction sites, roads, universities, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Cutting through sandstone, Paradise Circus site, view from Edmund Street, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from Edmund Street of the cutting through sandstone at Paradise Circus site, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, construction sites, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Cutting through sandstone, Paradise Circus site, view from Edmund Street, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the view from Edmund Street of the cutting through sandstone at Paradise Circus site, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, construction sites, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Dean Street, Central Birmingham
Photograph of Dean Street in Central Birmingham taken in late 1968. The photograph shows the workshop of F. Parr, wheelwright, maker of wheelbarows, handcarts, trucks and trolleys.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, workshops, wheels, wheelwrights, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Decorated plaster ceiling, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham
Photograph of part of a seventeenth century decorated plaster ceiling in the back bedroom at Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, decorative plasterwork, ceilings, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Demolition of terrace houses, Anderton Street, off Shakespeare Road, Ladywood
Photograph of the demolition of terrace houses, Anderton Street, off Shakespeare Road, Ladywood and children playing. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, terraced houses, demolition sites, children, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Denbro Works, Soho Hill, Handsworth, Birmingham
Photograph of Denbro Works in Soho Hill near Villa Road, nearly opposite Soho Avenue, in Handsworth (Dennison watch cases etc.). On the short wall is an old milestone which has since vanished. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Handsworth, industries, factories, roads, streets, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Deritend from Rea Crossing, Birmingham
Photograph of Deritend High Street from Rea Crossing towards Bordesley. On the left, at the corner of Heath Mill Lane, stands the Old Crown. On the right the Haddon Stokes (screws/nuts etc.) on the site of St. John's church (1381-1947), and St. John's restaurant, in 1968, the Irish Community Centre....
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, houses, cars, street lamps, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham
Photograph of Deritend High Street in Digbeth, at the crossing with Rea Street. The site of St. John's, Deritend is the viewpoint. St. Martin's church can be seen. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Digbeth, roads, houses, cars, buses, lorries, shops, street lamps, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Deritend/Floodgate St corner, Digbeth, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the corner between Deritend High Street and Floodgate Street, in Digbeth, at the crossing with Rea Street. This was the old way into Birmingham, widened on the left. St. Martin's church and the Bull Ring can be seen. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Digbeth, Bull Ring, roads, houses, cars, buses, lorries, churches, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Digbeth Branch Canal, Birmingham
Photograph of the Digbeth Branch Canal and the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, built c. 1790, view east towards an industrial concentration in the Rea Valley. The viewpoint is the railway embankment at the Gun Barrel Proof House (on the right), near Curzon Street and Fazeley Street. The photograph was...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, canals, industries, factories, bridges, Eighteenth-nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Digbeth, Birmingham
Photograph of Digbeth, Birmingham. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Digbeth, roads, houses, cars, buses, street lamps, street signs, advertisements, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Digbeth, Birmingham
Photograph of Digbeth, Birmingham. Between newer buildings, St. Martin's church and the Bull Ring can be seen. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Digbeth, Bull Ring, roads, houses, cars, buses, street lamps, street signs, churches, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Dingley's Hotel, Moor Street, Birmingham
Photograph of Dingley's Hotel, Moor Street, built c.1745. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, hotels, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Doorway to 16 Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the doorway to 16 Whittall Street in the Gun Quarter, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, doorways, doors, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Duddeston Hall, Duddeston, Birmingham
Photograph of Duddeston Hall, in Duddeston, family home of Sir Thomas Holte (1571-1654), before building Aston Hall (1618-1635).
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Duddeston, houses, halls, Thomas Holte, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Dudley Canal, California, Birmingham
Photograph of the Dudley Canal in the district of California, with view of the disused entrance to Lapal Tunnel (2.16 miles, 3795 yards). The photograph was taken in late 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, California, canals, tunnels, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Easy Row, Birmingham
Photograph of Easy Row. The houses were begun in the 1760s. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, houses, shops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Edgbaston Shopping Centre and Calthorpe House, Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Edgbaston Shopping Centre and Calthorpe House (Five Ways), Hagley Road, Edgbaston, under construction on the site of Edgbaston High School, formerly Lyndon House. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, offices, shopping centres, construction sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Edmund Street, Paradise Circus area, Birmingham
Photograph of Edmund Street, Paradise Circus area, showing the Birmingham reference library and the Town Hall. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, libraries, town hall, construction sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Edmund Street, Paradise Circus area, former University site, Birmingham
Photograph of Edmund Street, Paradise Circus area, former University site and new library area, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, construction sites, libraries, universities, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Eighteenth century-early nineteenth century suburb (Colmore Estate etc.), Birmingham
Photograph of Colmore Estate, etc., an eighteenth century-early nineteenth century suburb. To the left is St. Paul's Church (1777-79), and to the right are the flats in the ""Crescent"", c.1790, overlooking canal sandpits (Dudley Road) and G.P.O. Tower (1966). The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, flats, churches, roads, offices, Late eighteenth/early nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Electric Avenue, Witton, Birmingham
Photograph of G.E.C., in Electric Avenue, Witton, established in 1902 (heavy electrical engineering). In 1964 the firm employed c. 9000 people. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Witton, industries, streets, roads, lorries, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Ellen Street, Hockley, Birmingham
Photograph of the corner between Ellen Street and Prescott Street in Hockley, a future development area, showing back-to-back houses built c. 1870s. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Hockley, houses, street lamps, cars, back-to-back houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Entrance to No. 12, Easy Row, Birmingham
Photograph of the entrance to number 12, Easy Row, a Georgian house. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, houses, doorways, doors, Georgian, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Entrance to a Georgian house, Easy Row, Birmingham
Photograph of the entrance to a Georgian house, Easy Row. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, houses, doorways, doors, Georgian, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Estria Road - Wheeleys Road new development, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Estria Road - Wheeley's Road new development of c.1963, Edgbaston. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Excavations, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the excavations in sandstone bedrock for the extension to the University of Birmingham Arts block, by the former Ring Road of the campus in Edgbaston. The photograph was taken in mid 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, construction sites, ladders, universities, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Five Ways House, Five Ways, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Five Ways House, Islington Road, Five Ways, from Bath Row. Built in 1956/57, it housed c. 1000 employees in offices of various Ministries (Technology, Health, Home and Local Government, Department of Employment, Production, Board of Trade, Department of Education and Science), as well ...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Five Ways, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Five Ways, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the corner between Calthorpe Road (on the left) and Harborne Road (on the right) at Five Ways, Edgbaston, taken in late 1968. The building on the very left is Donne House, built in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Five Ways, houses, bus stops, clocks, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Five Ways, Edgbaston, Birmingham- 2nd image
Photograph of the corner between Calthorpe Road (on the left) and Harborne Road (on the right) at Five Ways, Edgbaston, taken in late 1968. The building at the very left is Donne House, built in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Five Ways, houses, bus stops, clocks, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Five Ways, Edgbaston, Birmingham- 3rd image
Photograph of the house between Calthorpe Road and Harborne Road at Five Ways, Edgbaston.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Five Ways, houses, flowers, clocks, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Floodgate Street, Central Birmingham
Photograph of Floodgate Street in Central Birmingham showing the workshop of H.G. Meadows, gold beater, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, workshops, shop signs, gold beaters, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Forge Mill Farm, West Bromwich, West Midlands
Photograph of Forge Mill Farm, West Bromwich, in the Tame Valley. The forge dates back to 1549. The farm was a poultry and cattle farm. The photograph was taken in late 1965.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1965
Keywords : West Midlands, West Bromwich, Tame Valley, Forge Mill Farm, houses, vans, farms, horse-boxes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Forge Mill, Tame Valley mills, West Bromwich, West Midlands
Photograph of the site of the mill-wheel at Forge Mill, West Bromwich, Tame Valley. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : West Midlands, West Bromwich, mills, industries, ditches, mill-wheels, waterwheels, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Forge Mill, Tame Valley mills, West Bromwich, West Midlands - 2nd image
Photograph of the site of the mill-wheel at Forge Mill, West Bromwich, Tame Valley. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : West Midlands, West Bromwich, mills, industries, ditches, mill-wheels, waterwheels, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Fort Dunlop, Bromford, Birmingham
Photograph of Fort Dunlop in Bromford, from the corner between Sandown Road and Chillinghome Road. The company moved to ""The Fort"" in 1916. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Bromford, factories, cars, Dunlop, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Frankley Green, near Birmingham
Photograph of Frankley Green, near Birmingham, during the wheat harvest. The photograph was taken in September 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Frankley Green, harvests, fields, wheat, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Frankley Green, near Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of farmers carting the corn in Frankley Green, near Birmingham, during the wheat harvest. The photograph was taken in September 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Frankley Green, harvests, fields, wheat, carts, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Frankley Green, near Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of farmers carting the corn in Frankley Green, near Birmingham, during the wheat harvest. The photograph was taken in September 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Frankley Green, harvests, fields, wheat, carts, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Frederick Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Frederick Road, Edgbaston, taken in mid 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Furnace Lane, Hockley/Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of the curving wall on the footpath called Furnace Lane, leading to Aston Furnace on Hockley Brook. Furnace Lane led to the former site of the Aston Furnace of 1615. The viewpoint is Porchester Street. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, Hockley, streets, paths, street lamps, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Furnace Lane, Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of Furnace Lane, in Newtown, between Clifford Street and Serrard Street, leading to Aston Furnace on Hockley Brook (Porchester Street). Furnace Lane led to the former site of the Aston Furnace of 1615. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Furnace Lane, Newtown/Aston, Birmingham
Photograph of Furnace Lane, from Clifford Street towards Gerrard Street (north). Furnace Lane led to the former site of the Aston Furnace of 1615. The houses date c. 1870. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, Aston, streets, paths, houses, advertisements, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Furnace Lane, Newtown/Aston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Furnace Lane, north of Gerrard Street and south of Gower Street. The gap in the buildings continues its line leading out of Hockley Brook Valley. Furnace Lane led to the former site of the Aston Furnace of 1615. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, Aston, streets, paths, houses, children, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
G.E.C. entrance, Electric Avenue, from Dulverton Road, Witton, Birmingham
Photograph of the entrance to G.E.C. (heavy electrical engineering), taken from Dulverton Road. G.E.C. was established in 1902 and employed 9000 in c.1964. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Witton, factories, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
G.E.C. works and car park, Electric Avenue, from Tame Road, Witton, Birmingham
Photograph of G.E.C. works (heavy electrical engineering) and car park. G.E.C was established in 1902, and employing 9000 in c.1964. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Witton, factories, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
G.E.C., Electric Avenue, Witton, Birmingham
Photograph of G.E.C. (heavy electrical engineering) established in 1902, and employing 9000 in c.1964. Dulverton Road factories (Wolseley Engineering) can be seen on the right, as can the bus stops for the workers. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Witton, factories, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
G.E.C., Electric Avenue, Witton, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of G.E.C. (heavy electrical engineering) established in 1902, and employing 9000 in c.1964. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Witton, factories, cars, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Gaumont cinema, Colmore Circus, Birmingham
Photograph of Gaumont cinema in Colmore Circus, Birmingham.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1965
Keywords : Birmingham, cinemas, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
General view from south-west, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of Weoley Castle, Northfield, south-west view, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlands.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Golden Hillock Road, Small Heath, Birmingham
Photograph of Golden Hillock Road, Small Heath, taken in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Small Heath, roads, buses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Grant Street, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Grant Street, near Great Colmore Road, showing new flats in redevelopment area. The photograph was taken in early 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Great Brook Street, Duddeston, Birmingham
Photograph of Great Brook Street in Duddeston. The buildings were part of a planned development of the Ashted Estate, begun c. 1788 as a desirable ""healthful"" residential district. Until 1789 this was the estate of Dr Ash. The photograph was taken in early 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Duddeston, houses, cars, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Great Charles Street, Birmingham
Photograph of houses on Great Charles Street taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, houses, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Great Charles Street, inner ring road tunnel works, Birmingham
Photograph of the inner ring road tunnel works on Great Charles Street, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, construction sites, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Great Colmore Street, Birmingham
Photograph of houses on Great Colmore Street. The houses were built post-1825. The photograph was taken in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, terraced houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Great Hall, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the Great Hall at Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlands.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Great Stone Inn and Village Pound, Church Road, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the Great Stone Inn and Village Pound, Church Road, Northfield taken in 1953. The Inn was originally a medieval 'Hall' house, while the village Pound (or pinfold) was where stray animals were tethered.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Northfield, pubs, pounds, animal enclosures, Medieval Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Great Stone Inn and Village Pound, Church Road, Northfield, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the Great Stone Inn and Village Pound, Church Road, Northfield taken in 1953. The Inn was originally a medieval 'Hall' house, while the village Pound (or pinfold) was where stray animals were tethered.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Northfield, pubs, pounds, animal enclosures, Medieval Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Great Stone Inn and Village Pound, Church Road, Northfield, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of the Great Stone Inn and Village Pound, Church Road, Northfield taken in 1953. The Inn was originally a medieval 'Hall' house, while the village Pound (or pinfold) was where stray animals were tethered.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Northfield, pubs, pounds, animal enclosures, Medieval Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Gunsmith's workshop behind nos. 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of a gunsmith's workshop behind 9-11, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, gunsmiths, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hagley House, 173-185 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Hagley House, 173-185 Hagley Road (north side), Edgbaston, near Highfield Road, taken in 1968. Hagley House is 16 storeys high.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hagley House, 173-185 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Hagley House, 173-185 Hagley Road (north side), Edgbaston, near Highfield Road, taken in 1968. Hagley House is 16 storeys high.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hampton Street, Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of a court in Hampton Street, near St. George's Church. The front houses have been demolished. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, houses, cars, vans, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hampton Street, Newtown, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of a court in Hampton Street, near St. George's Church. The front houses have been demolished. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, houses, cars, vans, street lamps, children, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Handsworth Park, Handsworth, Birmingham
Photograph of Sikh men playing cards in Handsworth Park on a Friday, near Grove Lane. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Handsworth, parks, men, Sikhs, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Harborne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Harborne Road, Edgbaston, taken in 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Harborne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Harborne Road, Edgbaston, taken in 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
High Street to Camp Hill flyover, Bordesley, Birmingham
Photograph of the flyover from High Street to Camp Hill, in Bordesley. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Bordesley, flyovers, overpasses, streets, roads, cars, advertisements, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
High Street, Bull Street, corner of Dale End, Birmingham
Photograph of the High Street, Bull Street and the corner of Dale End, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, zebra crossings, shops, cars, buses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hockley Brook, Salford, Birmingham
Photograph of Hockley Brook (on the left) in Salford, Tame Valley. The Tame, in the foreground, flows from the right to the left from under the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, built in 1783/90. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Salford, rivers, canals, bridges, industries, chimneys, Eighteenth-nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hockley flyover, Icknield Street/Hunters Road, Birmingham
Photograph of the Hockley flyover, at the intersection of Icknield Street and Hunters Road. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Hockley, flyovers, overpasses, streets, roads, buses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hockley flyover, Icknield Street/Hunters Road, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the Hockley flyover, at the intersection of Icknield Street and Hunters Road, view north. In the background, the spire of St. Michael's church, built in 1868 (the church was built in 1855). The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Hockley, flyovers, overpasses, streets, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hockley flyover, Soho Road, Birmingham
Photograph of the Hockley flyover in Soho Road, at Hockley Brook, view south from the corner of Naden Road. In the background, the G.P.O. tower. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Hockley, flyovers, overpasses, streets, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Holloway Circus, Smallbrook, Birmingham
Photograph of Holloway Circus, in Smallbrook, the old way to Edgbaston. The Albany Hotel is shown. The photograph was taken in early 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Smallbrook, cars, streets, roads, street lamps, Bull Ring, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Holy Trinity Church, Camp Hill, Bordesley, Birmingham
Photograph of Holy Trinity Church, Camp Hill, Bordesley, taken in 1954. The church was consecrated in 1823 and designed by Francis Goodwin.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Bordesley, churches, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
House in Moseley Road, Highgate, Birmingham
Photograph of a house in Moseley Road, Highgate. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Highgate, houses, fences, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Howard Street, Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of a court and the backs of houses in Howard Street/Hampton Street, near St. George's Church and Hockley. The housing dates back to c. 1820-1840. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, houses, children, demolition sites, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hylton Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Hylton Street, off Vyse Street, in the Jewellery Quarter (east side). Three lane parking. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, roads, cars, houses, shops, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Hylton Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Hylton Street, off Vyse Street, in the Jewellery Quarter (west side). Three lane parking. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, roads, cars, houses, shops, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Icknield Port Wharf, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of Icknield Port Wharf, in Icknield Port Road, Ladywood, from the viewpoint of Rotton Park, Reservoir Dam. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, factories, canals, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Industrial area, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of the industrial area around Icknield Port Road, Ladywood, from Rotton Park, Reservoir Dam, showing an old outlet channel. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, factories, canals, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Industries along Birmingham Canal, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of industries along Birmingham Canal, in Ladywood, in particular Bellis and Morcom Works, in Icknield Square. The viewpoint is the railway bridge, Monument Road, view north west. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, factories, canals, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Inner ring housing, Princip Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of 'improved' back-to-back housing (i.e. with the front of the court removed for better ventilation), known locally as ""Nettlefold Courts"" after the chair of the Housing Committee, in Princip Street, off Loveday Street, adjoining the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in early 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, back-to-back houses, rubbish bins, dustbins, fashion, clothes, children, Nettlefold, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Inner yard and gunsmiths' workshops, behind 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the inner yard and gunsmiths' workshops behind numbers 9-11, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Inner yard and view of 1st yard between nos. 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the inner yard and view of the 1st yard between nos. 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, showing gunsmiths' workshops. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
King Edward VI Grammar School, Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of King Edward VI Grammar School, Edgbaston Park Road, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, schools, statues, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
King Edward VI Grammar School, Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of King Edward VI Grammar School, as seen from the Bristol Road, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, schools, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
King Edward VII statue, Highgate Park, Moseley Road, Highgate, Birmingham
Photograph of a bronze statue of King Edward VII, made in 1913, in Highgate Park, Moseley Road, Highgate, which formerly stood in Victoria Square. The park, former waste land, was opened in 1876. The photograph was taken in 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Balsall Heath, Highgate, statues, Edward VII, parks, houses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Kingston Row, Birmingham
Photograph of Kingston Row showing houses built during the early ninetenth century, taken in 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, terraced houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Kirby Beard's Ravenhurst Works in Bradford Street, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of Kirby Beard's Ravenhurst Works (manufacturers of pins and needles) in Bradford Street. The photograph was taken in early 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, roads, streets, street lamps, buses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Kitchen, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the kitchen of Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlands.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Kitchen, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the kitchen of Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlands.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Ladywood redevelopment area and industrial district, Birmingham
Photograph of the Ladywood redevelopment area and industrial district, showing Browning Street maisonettes. The photograph was taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, redevelopment area, factories, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Ladywood redevelopment area and industrial district, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the Ladywood redevelopment area and industrial district, showing Browning Street maisonettes. The photograph was taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, redevelopment area, factories, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Ledsam Street, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of factories in Ledsam Street, in the industrial area of Ladywood. The photograph was taken in early 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, factories, vans, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Lee Crescent, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Lee Crescent, Edgbaston, taken in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, terraced houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Lenches Trust Almshouses, Five Ways, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Lenches Trust Almshouses in Five Ways, Edgbaston, erected in 1858 adjoining the Children's Hospital in Ladywood Road. The photograph was taken in late 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Five Ways, almshouses, houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Lifford Hall, Lifford Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham
Photograph of Lifford Hall, Lifford Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969. The Hall was built in the early seventeenth century.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, stately homes, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Lifford Hall, Lifford Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Lifford Hall, Lifford Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969. The Hall was built in the early seventeenth century.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, stately homes, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Lifford Hall, Lifford Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of Lifford Hall, Lifford Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969. The Hall was built in the early seventeenth century.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, stately homes, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Longbridge pumping station Longbridge, Birmingham - 8th image
Photograph of Longbridge pumping station, built in 1879, since demolished. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Longbridge pumping station, towers, pumping stations, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Longbridge pumping station, Longbridge, Birmingham
Photograph of Longbridge pumping station, built in 1879, since demolished. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Longbridge pumping station, towers, pumping stations, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Longbridge pumping station, Longbridge, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Longbridge pumping station, built in 1879, since demolished. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Longbridge pumping station, towers, pumping stations, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Longbridge pumping station, Longbridge, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of Longbridge pumping station, built in 1879, since demolished. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Longbridge pumping station, towers, pumping stations, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Longbridge pumping station, Longbridge, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of Longbridge pumping station, built in 1879, since demolished. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Longbridge pumping station, towers, pumping stations, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Longbridge pumping station, Longbridge, Birmingham - 5th image
Photograph of Longbridge pumping station, built in 1879, since demolished. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Longbridge pumping station, towers, pumping stations, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Longbridge pumping station, Longbridge, Birmingham - 6th image
Photograph of Longbridge pumping station, built in 1879, since demolished. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Longbridge pumping station, towers, pumping stations, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Longbridge pumping station, Longbridge, Birmingham - 7th image
Photograph of Longbridge pumping station, built in 1879, since demolished. The photograph was taken in late 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, Longbridge pumping station, towers, pumping stations, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Ludgate Hill, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Ludgate Hill from St. Paul's churchyard. The photograph was taken in late 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, roads, street lamps, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Ludgate Hill/ Charlotte Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the corner between Ludgate Hill and Charlotte Street, near St. Paul Square. The photograph was taken in late 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, workshops, street lamps, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Main buildings, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the main buildings at the University of Birmingham, Edgbaston campus. In the foreground; an outcrop of Keuper sandstone. The photograph was taken in late 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, universities, Old Joe, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mason College, Edmund Street, Birmingham
Photograph of Mason College (1870), Birmingham University, Edmund Street (1880). The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, universities, colleges, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mason College, Edmund Street, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Mason College (1870), Birmingham University, Edmund Street (1880). The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, universities, colleges, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mason Orphanage, Erdington, Birmingham
Photograph of the Mason Orphanage in Erdington. Sir Josiah Mason of Kidderminster was the benefactor of the Orphanage which was built of brick with dressings of Tower Hill, Derbyshire and Shrewsbury stone, in the Italian style, from designs by Mr. J.R. Botham, architect, of Birmingham. There were tw...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Erdington, orphanages, Josiah Mason, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mason Orphanage, Erdington, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the Mason Orphanage in Erdington. Sir Josiah Mason of Kidderminster was the benefactor of the Orphanage which was built of brick with dressings of Tower Hill, Derbyshire and Shrewsbury stone, in the Italian style, from designs by Mr. J.R. Botham, architect, of Birmingham. There are two...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Erdington, orphanages, Josiah Mason, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mason Orphanage, Erdington, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of the Mason Orphanage in Erdington. Sir Josiah Mason of Kidderminster was the benefactor of the Orphanage which was built of brick with dressings of Tower Hill, Derbyshire and Shrewsbury stone, in the Italian style, from designs by Mr. J.R. Botham, architect, of Birmingham. There are two...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1964
Keywords : Birmingham, Erdington, orphanages, Josiah Mason
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mason Orphanage, Erdington, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of the Mason Orphanage in Erdington. Sir Josiah Mason of Kidderminster was the benefactor of the Orphanage which was built of brick with dressings of Tower Hill, Derbyshire and Shrewsbury stone, in the Italian style, from designs by Mr. J.R. Botham, architect, of Birmingham. There are two...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Erdington, orphanages, Josiah Mason, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Lane, Harborne, Birmingham
Photograph of Metchley Lane, in Harborne; the boundary between Harborne and Edgbaston, and also, formerly, between Staffordshire and Warwickshire. The photograph was taken in late 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, Edgbaston, roads, streets, street lamps, boundaries, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort ditches, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the 1969 excavations of Metchley Roman Fort, showing intersection of ditches at the junction of the ""Outer Fort"" and annexe. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, ditches, excavations, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort ditches, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the 1969 excavations of Metchley Roman Fort, showing intersection of ditches at the junction of the ""Outer Fort"" and annexe. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, ditches, excavations, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort ditches, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of the 1969 excavations of Metchley Roman Fort, showing intersection of ditches at the junction of the ""Outer Fort"" and annexe. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, ditches, excavations, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort ditches, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of the 1969 excavations of Metchley Roman Fort, showing intersection of ditches at the junction of the ""Outer Fort"" and annexe from the SW side. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, ditches, excavations, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort finds, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Roman pottery from the 1969 excavations at Metchley Roman Fort, taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, archaeological finds, Roman pottery, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort finds, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Roman finds from excavations at Metchley Roman Fort, including a dagger handle in bronze. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, archaeological finds, Roman weapons, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort finds, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of clay pipes from the 1969 excavations at Metchley Roman Fort, dating back to the Canal era. The pipes are marked ""Dublin"". The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, archaeological finds, clay pipes, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort finds, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of Roman pottery from the 1969 excavations at Metchley Roman Fort, taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, archaeological finds, Roman pottery, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort finds, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 5th image
Photograph of Roman pottery from the 1969 excavations at Metchley Roman Fort, including Samian ware. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, archaeological finds, Roman pottery, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort finds, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 6th image
Photograph of Roman pottery from the 1969 excavations at Metchley Roman Fort, taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, archaeological finds, Roman pottery, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort finds, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 7th image
Photograph of Roman pottery from the 1969 excavations at Metchley Roman Fort, including Samian ware. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, archaeological finds, Roman pottery, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort finds, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 8th image
Photograph of Roman pottery from the 1969 excavations at Metchley Roman Fort, taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, archaeological finds, Roman pottery, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the site of the 1969 excavations of Metchley Roman Fort, by Vincent Drive, with view of the University Medical School. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, University of Birmingham, clocks, excavations, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the site of the 1969 excavations of Metchley Roman Fort, adjoining Vincent Drive. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, excavations, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mill Lane, Digbeth, Birmingham
Photograph of Broadbent's corner, in Mill Lane, Digbeth. The photograph was taken in early 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Digbeth, houses, shops, advertisements, buses, construction sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mill Lane, Digbeth, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Broadbent's corner, in Mill Lane, Digbeth. The photograph was taken in early 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Digbeth, houses, shops, advertisements, buses, construction sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Moat Lane and upper Mill Lane, Birmingham
Photograph of Moat Lane and upper Mill Lane and St. Martin's Church, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, churches, warehouses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Moat Lane, Birmingham
Photograph of Moat Lane, leading to St. Martin's church. St. Martins is the parish church of Birmingham. The first church was probably Norman, but was rebuilt in the 13th century. As it stands today, most of the church dates from the late 19th century. In 2003, the exterior was cleaned and refurbish...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, houses, churches, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Moat Lane, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Moat Lane, leading to St. Martin's church. St. Martins is the parish church of Birmingham. The first church was probably Norman, but was rebuilt in the 13th century. As it stands today, most of the church dates from the late 19th century. In 2003, the exterior was cleaned and refurbish...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, houses, churches, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Moat Lane, Rotunda and St. Martin's Church, Birmingham
Photograph of Moat Lane, the Rotunda and St. Martin's Church, with the former Manor House site to the left, and warehouses associated with the market to the right. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, markets, churches, warehouses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Moor Pool Avenue, Harborne, Birmingham
Photograph of Moor Pool Avenue in Harborne. The estate or garden suburb of c. 500 houses, was developed from 1907 by Nettlefold. The photograph was taken in mid 1958.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1958
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, houses, gardens, streets, street lamps, suburbs, Nettlefold, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Moor Street, Bull Ring, Birmingham
Photograph of Moor Street in the Bull Ring showing preparations for the inner ring road, taken in 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, roads, construction sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Moor Street, Bull Ring, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Moor Street in the Bull Ring showing preparations for the inner ring road, taken in 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, roads, construction sites, cars, buses, vans, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Moor Street, Park Street, Bull Ring, Birmingham
Photograph of Moor Street and Park Street, the Bull Ring showing preparations for the inner ring road, taken in 1959.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1959
Keywords : Birmingham, roads, construction sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Morris dancers, "Old Square", Priory Ringway, Birmingham
Photograph of morris dancers in "Old Square", Priory Ringway, with Lewis's department store in the background, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, morris dancers, shops, department stores, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Moseley Road, Highgate, Birmingham
Photograph of Moseley Road in Highgate. The photograph was taken in early 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Highgate, houses, streets, streets lamps, bus stops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mott Street corner, Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of W. Pitt and Son Ltd. (Wyon works); steel marking, punches, letter cutters, engravers, tool makers, in Howard St, at the corner with Mott St, in Newtown, former Jewellery Quarter. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, factories, workshops, jewellery, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Mural history, "Old Square", Priory Ringway,
Photograph of the mural history in "Old Square", Priory Ringway, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, murals, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nechells Gas Works demolition Nechells Green, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the demolition of Nechells Gas Works. The gas works were built at Nechells Green in the 1880s- the gas industry representing an important local employer at this time.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, gas works, cranes, construction equipment, demolition sites, Nechells Green, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nechells Gas Works demolition Nechells Green, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of the demolition of Nechells Gas Works. The gas works were built at Nechells Green in the 1880s- the gas industry representing an important local employer at this time.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, gas works, demolition sites, Nechells Green, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nechells Gas Works demolition Nechells Green, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of the demolition of Nechells Gas Works. The gas works were built at Nechells Green in the 1880s- the gas industry representing an important local employer at this time.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, gas works, demolition sites, Nechells Green, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nechells Gas Works demolition, Nechells Green, Birmingham
Photograph of the demolition of Nechells Gas Works. The gas works were built at Nechells Green in the 1880s- the gas industry representing an important local employer at this time.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, gas works, tractors, construction equipment, cranes, demolition sites, Nechells Green, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nechells Power Station, Tame Valley, Birmingham
Photograph of Nechells Power Station in the Tame Valley. The River Tame, on the right, is just below its confluence with Hockley Brook. On the left, the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, built in 1783/90. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Tyseley, Nechells, canals, rivers, industries, factories, paths, power stations, cooling towers, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nechells power station, Tame Valley, Birmingham
Photograph of the Nechells power station, Tame Valley and the river Tame, taken in 1968. This photograph was taken near Salford Bridge.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Nechells, Tame Valley, rivers, power stations, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
New Crescent Theatre, Birmingham
Photograph of New Crescent Theatre (1964), Cumberland Street, off Broad Street, taken in 1968. The tower at the left is Oozells Street, boarding school (1877).
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, theatres, cars, motorbicycles, motorbikes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Newhall Street, Central Birmingham
Photograph of Newhall Street, between Charlotte Street and Brook Street. At the Corner with Charlotte Street, on the right, there is the Assay Office. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, workshops, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Newhall Street, Central Birmingham
Photograph of Newhall Street, with the Science Museum on the right (formerly Elkington's Electroplating Works). The photograph was taken in late 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, museums, streets, roads, cars, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Newtown/Aston 'adventure playground' behind Gower Street and Guildford Street, Birmingham
Photograph of Newtown/Aston 'adventure playground' behind Gower Street and Guildford Street, taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, Aston, playgrounds, children, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
North-east corner, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the north-east corner of Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlands.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
North-east end of the Great Hall, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the north-east end of the Great Hall of Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlan...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Northampton Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Northampton Street, off Warstone Lane, in the Jewellery Quarter. B.J. Round and Sons, whose workshops are depicted, were electrodepositors. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, workshops, cars, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nos. 17-19, Easy Row, Birmingham
Photograph of numbers 17-19, Easy Row. The houses were begun in c.1760 or 1782. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, houses, shops, travel agents, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nos. 6-7/7A (?) St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of numbers 6-7/7A, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nos. 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of numbers 9-11, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter - W.M. Ford (gun maker), S. May (locksmith), J. Carr (gun maker, est. 1870). The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Nos. 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of numbers 9-11, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter - W.M. Ford (gun maker), S. May (locksmith), J. Carr (gun maker, est. 1870). The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Number 3 Whittall Street with entrance to Anderton's Square on left, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of number 3 Whittall St in Birmingham's Gun Quarter, taken in early 1963. The arched doorway on the left is the entrance to Anderton's Square.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Number 3 Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of number 3 Whittall St in Birmingham's Gun Quarter, taken in early 1963. The arched doorway is the entrance to Anderton's Square and the building with the long upper windows is Parker Hale's Gun Factory (until 1962).
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, cars, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Number 7 Whittall Street, Anderton's Square and workshops, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of number 7 Whittall St, Anderton's Square and workshops in Birmingham's Gun Quarter taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, cars, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Number 7 Whittall Street, Anderton's Square, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of number 7 Whittall St, Anderton's Square in Birmingham's Gun Quarter taken in mid 1960. The photograph shows the yard of Parker Hale Ltd's workshops (arms and accessories). The building was once the home of an eighteenth century toy maker.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, cars, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Number 7 Whittall Street, Anderton's Square, Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of number 7 Whittall St, Anderton's Square in Birmingham's Gun Quarter taken in mid 1960. The photograph shows the yard of Parker Hale Ltd's workshops (arms and accessories). The building was once the home of an eighteenth century toy maker.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, cars, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Number 8, Augusta St, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of number 8, Augusta Street, in the Jewellery Quarter. It housed the shop ""W. and J. Gaunt, Finishers of precious metals etc."" Padlocks and bars on doors can be seen, as well as burglar alarms. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, houses, shops, jewellery, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Numbers 1-5 Hawthorne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of numbers 1-5 Hawthorne Road, Chad Valley, Edgbaston, off Harborne Road, opposite the White Swan pub. The photograph was taken in 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, terraced houses, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Numbers 97-107, Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of numbers 97-107 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, taken in 1968. The houses are early nineteenth century, stuccoed and with moulded wooden doorcases and fanlights.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, terraced houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old Crescent Theatre, Birmingham
Photograph of Crescent Theatre, taken in 1960. Project for 23 houses, mooted 1788 and not completed. Only one wing completed by 1795.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, theatres, houses, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old Crown, Heath Mill Lane, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of the Old Crown in Heath Mill Lane, from Deritend High Street, possibly built in 1368. On the left is the viaduct across the Rea Valley. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, houses, timber houses, street lamps, viaducts, Medieval Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old Edgbaston Cottage, Ampton Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of an old cottage in Ampton Road, Edgbaston, taken in early 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, cottages, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old Jewellery Works, Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of W. O. Lewis, badge manufacturers.This old jewellery works was established in 1832 in Howard Street, near St. George's Church. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, factories, jewellery, badges, badge manufacturers, street lamps, cars, benches, advertisements, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old and new terraces, Osler Street, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of old and new terraces in Osler Street/Icknield Port Road, from the viewpoint of Rotton Park, Reservoir Dam. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, terraced houses, cars, police cars, street lamps, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old gun works, St. Mary's Row, corner of Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of old gun works, St. Mary's Row, corner of Whittall Street in the Gun Quarter. St. Chad's Convent is on the left and Ruskin House (a home for working girls) is also shown. The photograph was taken in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, convents, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old houses in Shakespeare Road, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of old houses in Shakespeare Road, Ladywood, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, houses, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old houses, Great Russell Street, Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of old houses and new flats in Great Russell Street, Newtown. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, cars, houses, flats, construction sites, cranes, children, street lamps, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old milestone, Soho Hill, Handsworth, Birmingham
Photograph of the old milestone in Soho Hill, nearly opposite Soho Avenue, situated along a wall outside Denbro Works (tools, gauge works, chains, case makers etc.) The first turnpike was opened in 1727, but the milestone dates from the improvements made by Thomas Telford in c. 1824. The milestone h...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Handsworth, milestones, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old terraces, Great Russell Street, Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of old terraces and back-to-back houses in Great Russell Street, Newtown. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, cars, houses, shops, advertisements, back-to-back houses, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old workshops, Mary Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of old workshops in Mary Street, off Caroline Street, on the fringes of the Jewellery Quarter. The workshops provided multiple heat treatment, Rochester engineering, turning, machining, die-sinking, enamelling. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, factories, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Old workshops, Mary Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of old workshops in Mary Street, off Caroline Street, on the fringes of the Jewellery Quarter. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, factories, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Panelled room, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham
Photograph of a panelled room in Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, panelled rooms, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Panelled room, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of a panelled room in Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, panelled rooms, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Panelled room, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of a panelled room in Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, panelled rooms, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Panelled room, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of a panelled room in Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, panelled rooms, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Pannelling in front bedroom, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham
Photograph of panelling in the front bedroom, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, panelled rooms, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Parker Hale Gun Factory, Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Parker Hale Gun Factory, Whittall St, in Birmingham's Gun Quarter, taken in early 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Parker Hale, number 7 Whittall Street and entry to Anderton's Square (by car), Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Parker Hale Gun Factory (arms and accessories), number 7 Whittall St and entry to Anderton's Square in Birmingham's Gun Quarter. The workshops were built c.1773 and the photograph taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Parker Hale, number 7 Whittall Street and entry to Anderton's Square, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Parker Hale Gun Factory (arms and accessories), number 7 Whittall St and entry to Anderton's Square in Birmingham's Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Parker Hale, number 7 Whittall Street, Anderton's Square, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Parker Hale Gun Factory (arms and accessories), number 7 Whittall St, Anderton's Square in Birmingham's Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, guns, cars, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Part of decorated ceiling, Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, Birmingham
Photograph of part of a seventeenth century decorated plaster ceiling in the back bedroom at Bell's Farm, Bell's Lane, King's Norton, taken in 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, King's Norton, farms, Stuart houses, decorative plasterwork, ceilings, Seventeenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Partridge Works, Price Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the workshops of Partridge Works, in Price Street in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in early 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, street lamps, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Partridge Works, Price Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Price Street, off Loveday Street, in the Gun Quarter. The workshops of Lightwood and Son Ltd. and Partridge Works can be seen. The photograph was taken in early 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, street lamps, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Partridge Works, Price Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of the workshops of Partridge Works, in Price Street. The photograph was taken in early 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, rubbish bins, dustbins, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Perry Hall moated site, Tame Valley, Birmingham
Photograph of Perry Hall, moated site, Tame Valley, showing the view south-east towards Hamstead Hill. The photograph was taken in 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Tame Valley, parks, moats, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Porchester Street, Hockley/Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of the corner between Porchester Street, on the left, and Furnace Lane, on the right, a curving path to Aston Furnace on Hockley Brook. Furnace Lane led to the former site of the Aston Furnace of 1615. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, Hockley, streets, paths, street lamps, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Price Street, Central Birmingham
Photograph of Price Street, in Central Birmingham's Gun Quarter, depicting the workshops of Lightwood and Son Ltd, taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, workshops, cars, Gun Quarter, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Price Street, Central Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Price Street, off Loveday Street, in Central Birmingham's Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in early 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, workshops, cars, Gun Quarter, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Princip Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of 'improved' back-to-back housing (i.e. with the front of the court removed for better ventilation), known locally as ""Nettlefold Courts"" after the chair of the Housing Committee, in Princip Street, off Loveday Street, adjoining the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in early 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, back-to-back houses, laundry, washing, clothes, Nettlefold, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Printers, Keystone Trading, etc., St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Avery and Morris Printers, Keystone Trading, etc., St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter taken in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, shops, workshops, printers, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Proctor Street, Nechells Green, Birmingham
Photograph of Proctor Street across Great Lister Street, in Nechells Green. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Nechells Green, houses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
RAC headquarters, Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of RAC headquarters, Hagley Road (north side), Edgbaston. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, offices, cars, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Rea Valley towards Bordesley, Birmingham
Photograph of Rea Valley from Digbeth to Bordesley. A railway viaduct and St. Andrews football ground can be seen. The photograph was taken in early 1968 from the roof of a car park.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Digbeth, viaducts, railways, factories, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Rea Valley towards Digbeth, Birmingham
Photograph of Rea Valley from Bordesley to Digbeth. A railway viaduct and St. Andrews football ground can be seen. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Digbeth, viaducts, railways, factories, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Rea Valley, Digbeth, Birmingham
Photograph of the view towards Rea Valley from near St. Martin's church. New buildings had been built on the right side of this widened section of the road. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Digbeth, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Redevelopment of Browning Street, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of the redevelopment of Browning Street, Ladywood, showing old properties on the left, and modern maisonettes on the right. The photograph was taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, redevelopment area, factories, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Redevelopment, Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the Stewarts and Lloyds Offices in Snow Hill, across an old workshop block in Weaman Street. The area between Weaman Street and Whittall Street was under redevelopment. The viewpoint is in Whittall Street, opposite St. Mary's Row. The photograph was taken in early 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, construction sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
River Rea at Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of the River Rea at Deritend, just above the bridge, taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, rivers, artificial banks, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
River Street, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of River Street, in the inner zone industrial area. The River Rea is situated to the left (not shown). The building on the right housed Crane's Screws (flywheel, gear) and F.B. Willmott group (coppersmiths, ""furniture"" etc). The photograph was taken in late 1968 from the corner of Flood...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, workshops, streets, roads, cars, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
River Tame church and Tame Valley, Aston, Birmingham
Photograph of the view upstream from just below Electric Avenue of the River Tame, a church and Tame Valley, Aston. Witton Bridge is also shown. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Aston, Tame Valley, churches, bridges, rivers, trucks, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
River Tame, from bridge on Electric Avenue, Witton, Birmingham
Photograph of the river Tame, taken from the bridge on Electric Avenue, Witton (G.E.C. on the right). Work on the Aston Reservoir site for M1-M6 link can be seen behind the bridge. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Witton, rivers, bridges, reservoirs, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Roman road, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of a trench across a possible Roman road, between Swarthmore Road and Bryony Road, Northfield, taken in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Northfield, Roman roads, roads, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Rotton Park Street, off Icknield Port Road, Ladywood (view south-west), Birmingham
Photograph of Rotton Park Road, off Icknield Port Road, Ladywood, showing Bellis and Morcom (left) and Pinchin Johnson Paints (right). The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, industry, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Rotton Park Street, off Icknield Port Road, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of Rotton Park Road, off Icknield Port Road, Ladywood, showing Bellis and Morcom (left) and Pinchin Johnson Paints (right). The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, industry, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
S. May's workshop (locksmith), yard behind nos. 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of S. May's workshop (locksmith), formerly a gunmaker's forge, in the yard behind numbers 9-11, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in 1960
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Sand Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Sand Street, off Whittall Street, in the Gun Quarter. In the background, redevelopment in Weaman Street. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, houses, cars, roads, cranes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
School of Jewellery and Silversmithing, Victoria Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the School of Jewellery and Silversmithing, Victoria Street, Jewellery Quarter, built c. 1890. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, schools, cars, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Science Museum, Newhall Street, Central Birmingham
Photograph of the porch entrance of the Science Museum, in Newhall Street, formerly Elkington's Electroplating Works. The photograph was taken in late 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, museums, bicycles, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Section across Roman road, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of a section across a possible Roman road, between Swarthmore Road and Bryony Road, Northfield, taken in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Northfield, Roman roads, roads, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Section across Roman road, Northfield, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of a section across a possible Roman road, between Swarthmore Road and Bryony Road, Northfield, taken in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Northfield, Roman roads, roads, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Section across Roman road, Northfield, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of a section across a possible Roman road, between Swarthmore Road and Bryony Road, Northfield, taken in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Northfield, Roman roads, roads, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Section of road at Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of a section of road c. 20' wide leading NW, possibly the Via Decumana. The photograph was taken in mid 1969.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1969
Keywords : Birmingham, Metchley Roman Fort, Edgbaston, Roman roads, excavations, Roman Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Shell-Mex House, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Shell-Mex House in Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston. The building, 147' high, was completed in 1962, and the photograph taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Simpson's shop, Bull Street, Birmingham
Photograph of Simpson's shop, Bull Street, est. 1790. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, shops, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Site of St. John's Chapel, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of the site of St. John's Chapel, in Deritend High Street, established c. 1380 between Stone Yard and Chapel House Street. A plaque on the wall in phosphor bronze marks the location of the chapel. The site was then occupied by the Haddon Stokes (screws/nuts etc.) and St. John's restaurant...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, restaurants, telephone boxes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Site of manorial moat, Birmingham
Photograph of the site of manorial moat, with Moat Row to the left and Moat Lane to the right. The Drovers' Arms at the corner of Smithfield Street and Bradford Street can also be seen, as can Smithfield Market (built 1883, extended 1892 and 1903). The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, pubs, markets, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Site of newly discovered timber building and Great Hall, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of a newly discovered timber building and the Great Hall at Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval per...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Smallbrook Ringway with Christmas lights, Birmingham
Photograph of the Christmas lights on Smallbrook Ringway, taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Christmas lights, roads, cars, Rotunda, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Smallbrook Street, new inner Ring Road, Birmingham
Photograph of Smallbrook Street, new inner Ring Road, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Smallbrook Street-Hill Street junction, new inner Ring Road, Birmingham
Photograph of the junction between Smallbrook Street and Hill Street, new inner Ring Road, also showing subways, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, roads, buses, subways, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Soho Road near Boulton Road, Handsworth, Birmingham
Photograph of Soho Road near Boulton Road, Handsworth, demonstrating the growing cultural diversity of the area. The shopping centre is viewed towards the College of Art, formerly West Midlands Council Office. The photograph was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Handsworth, shops, roads, streets, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Soho Road, Handsworth, Birmingham
Photograph of a shop in Soho Road, in the Holliday Road area. The yams are priced at 10 pence per pound. The photograph, which demonstrates the growing cultural diversity of the area, was taken in early 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Handsworth, shops, food, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Soho Road/Grove Lane, Handsworth, Birmingham
Photograph of the corner between Soho Road and Grove Lane, Handsworth, demostrating the growing cultural diversity of the area. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Handsworth, pelican crossings, traffic lights, buses, cars, fashion, clothes, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
South Tower, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the south tower of Weoley Castle, Northfield, as seen from the south-west, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in th...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
South wall, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the south wall of Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlands.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Sow and piglets, Welsh House Farm, Harborne, Birmingham
Photograph of a sow and piglets in Welsh House Farm, near Harborne. The photograph was taken in early 1961.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1961
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, Welsh House Farm, farms, sows, piglets, animals, ladders, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Spencer Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Spencer St from Vyse St, in the Jewellery Quarter. Three lane parking. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, workshops, houses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St Paul's Square, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of St. Paul's Square. The photograph was taken in mid 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, shops, cars, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Martin's flats, Emily Street, Highgate, Birmingham
Photograph of St. Martin's flats, Emily Street, Highgate, taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Balsall Heath, Highgate, flats, fashion, children, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Martin's flats, Emily Street, Highgate, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of St. Martin's flats, Emily Street, Highgate, taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Balsall Heath, Highgate, flats, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Martin's flats, Emily Street, Highgate, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of St. Martin's flats, Emily Street, Highgate, taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Balsall Heath, Highgate, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Martin's flats, Emily Street, Highgate, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of St. Martin's flats, Emily Street, Highgate, taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Balsall Heath, Highgate, flats, children, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of St. Mary's Row, in the Gun Quarter, viewed from Loveday Street. William Greener, gunsmiths (and gun testers), is on the right. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarters, houses, workshops, guns, gunsmiths, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Paul's Church and G.P.O. Tower, Birmingham
Photograph of St. Paul's Church (built in 1777-79), St. Paul's Square and the G.P.O. Tower (built in 1966). The photograph was taken in 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, churches, St. Paul's church, G.P.O Tower, offices, towers, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Paul's Church, Birmingham
Photograph of St. Paul's Church (built 1777-79) taken in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, churches, St. Paul's church, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Paul's Square, Birmingham
Photograph of St. Paul's Square, taken in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, roads, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Paul's Square, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of numbers 13 and 14, St. Paul's Square. Number 13 housed Menis Ltd., Cordage. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, shops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Peter's Church, central Birmingham
Photograph of St. Peter's Church (Roman Catholic), in central Birmingham, built in 1786, extended in 1802 and 1825, and demolished in 1969. The photograph was taken in 1953.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, churches, terraced houses, Late eighteenth/early nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Peter's Church, central Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of St. Peter's Church (Roman Catholic), in central Birmingham, built in 1786, extended in 1802 and 1825, and demolished in 1969. The photograph was taken in 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, churches, cars, street lamps, Late eighteenth/early nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Peter's Place, off Broad Street, Birmingham
Photograph of St. Peter's Place, off Broad Street depicting an eighteenth century house by St. Peter's Church (R.C.), demolished in 1969. The photograph was taken in 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, churches, houses, motorcycles, motorbikes, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
St. Vincent Street and Browning Street corner, Ladywood, Birmingham
Photograph of St. Vincent Street and Browning Street corner in Ladywood, where old housing was being demolished due to Blitz damage.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Ladywood, redevelopment area, flats, the Blitz, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Stratford Street North, Camp Hill, Birmingham
Photograph of Stratford Street North, Camp Hill. Some of the houses are dated 1831, while the courtyards behind the houses are dated later. The properties were compulsorily acquired in 1959. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Camp Hill, terraced houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Tame Valley Canal, Salford, Birmingham
Photograph of the Tame Valley Canal, built in 1844, viewed from Salford Bridge, in the area between Salford, Witton and Aston. The houses are in Leamington Road. In the background the brass foundry, a derelict factory, can be seen, and works on the M1/M6 link. Barges with some coal for GEC from Meas...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Tyseley, canals, industries, factories, terraced houses, barges, narrow boats, laundry, washing, clothes, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Tame Valley downstream, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham
Photograph of the Tame Valley from the castle motte in Castle Bromwich. The view is downstream. On the steep valley sides there are Parkhall woods, on the left Castle Vale estate. City of Birmingham refuse disposal works in Castle Bromwich. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Castle Bromwich, paths, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Tame Valley upstream, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham
Photograph of the Tame Valley and Chester Road Bridge from the castle motte in Castle Bromwich. The view is upstream towards Fort Dunlop. By the river is the Marsh and Baxter factory, while Bromford Estate is on the left. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Castle Bromwich, rivers, flats, paths, industries, factories, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Tame Valley, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham
Photograph of the Tame Valley, with Chester Road and Bridge Road in Castle Vale. Large works can be seen: Wimpey Works on the left, Marsh and Baxter factory by the river, Ketton Cement for a new estate. In the centre in the background is the station. The tower block on the right is Concorde Tower in...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Castle Bromwich, industries, factories, flats, fences, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Tame Valley, taken from castle motte, Chester Road, Birmingham
Photograph of the Tame Valley, taken from the castle motte, Chester Road. Bromford estate is on the left, and Tyburn electricity works is in the background. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Tame Valley, flats, factories, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Tangmere Road, Castle Vale, Birmingham
Photograph of small houses in Tangmere Road, Castle Vale, view east, on the site of Castle Bromich Aerodrome. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Castle Vale, houses, roads, streets, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Temple Row, central Birmingham
Photograph of early eighteenth century houses (c.1710), Temple Row taken in July 1957. The houses were demolished in September 1957 for the building of Rackhams.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, terraced houses, cars, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Terrace A, Lawrence Street, Birmingham
Photograph of Lawrence Street (Ryder Street area) terrace A - early Corporation housing (1891) associated with the Corporation Street scheme. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, terraced houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Terrace B, Lawrence Street, Birmingham
Photograph of Lawrence Street (Ryder Street area) terrace B - early Corporation housing (1891) associated with the Corporation Street scheme. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, terraced houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
The Drovers' Arms, Bradford Street, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of the Drovers' Arms in Bradford Street, near the meat market in Smithfield, built in 1895-7. The photograph was taken in early 1954.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1954
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, pubs, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
The Drovers' Arms, Bradford Street/Moat Row, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of the Drovers' Arms at the corner between Bradford Street, and Moat Row. On the right, the meat market and abattoir, built in c. 1895-7. The photograph, showing a late 18th century suburb, begun in c. 1767, was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, pubs, industries, cars, meat markets, abattoirs, slaughter houses, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
The Drovers' Arms, Bradford Street/Smithfield Street/Moat Lane, Deritend, Birmingham
Photograph of the Drovers' Arms at the corner between Bradford Street, Smithfield Street and Moat Lane. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Deritend, pubs, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
The Grove, Harborne, Birmingham
Photograph of The Grove, in Harborne, home of the late Alderman W. Byng Kenrick. The photograph was taken in late 1962, on the day of the sale of the furniture. Kenrick was a civic leader and educationalist.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1962
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, houses, Alderman W. Byng Kenrick , Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
The Grove, Harborne, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Grove House, or The Grove, in Harborne, home of the late W. Byng Kenrick. The photograph was taken in late 1962, on the day of the sale of the contents/ furniture. Kenrick was a civic leader and educationalist.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1962
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, houses, Alderman W. Byng Kenrick , Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
The Grove, Harborne, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of The Grove, in Harborne, home of the late W. Byng Kenrick. The photograph was taken in late 1962, on the day of the sale of the furniture. Kenrick was a civic leader and educationalist.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1962
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, houses, cars, Alderman W. Byng Kenrick , Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Tomb of Thomas Rickman, St. George's Church, Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of the tomb of Thomas Rickman (1776-1841), who, as the inscription reads, 'first correctly named the several styles and clearly elucidated the principles of our ecclesiastical architecture' ( i.e. he coined the terms ""Early English"", ""Decorated"" and ""Perpendicular"" still used by chu...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, tombs, tombstones, funeral monuments, Thomas Rickman, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Tomb of Thomas Rickman, St. George's Church, Newtown, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the tomb of Thomas Rickman (1776-1841), who, as the inscription reads, 'first correctly named the several styles and clearly elucidated the principles of our ecclesiastical architecture' ( i.e. he coined the terms ""Early English"", ""Decorated"" and ""Perpendicular"" still used by chu...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, tombs, tombstones, funeral monuments, Thomas Rickman, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Typical courtyard, Stratford Street North, Camp Hill, Birmingham
Photograph of a typical court, Stratford Street North, Camp Hill. The houses in front are dated 1831. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Camp Hill, terraced houses, street lamps, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Typical workshops, Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of typical workshops at 99, 100 and 101, Vyse St, Jewellery Quarter, showing the multiple occupation of old houses. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, workshops, houses, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
University Overseas Centre, Easy Row, Birmingham
Photograph of University Overseas Centre on Easy Row. The houses were begun in 1760, completed between 1769 and 1782 (?) and demolished in 1964/65. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, universities, houses, cars, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View east from top flat of Holte Estate flats, Aston, Birmingham
Photograph of the view east from the top flat of Holte Estate flats, James Watt Point, showing Windsor Street gas works, Lichfield Street, and Hockley works. The photograph was taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Aston, factories, flats, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View east from top flat of Salford flats, Aston, Birmingham
Photograph of the view east from the top flat of Salford flats, James Watt Point showing the view over Aston Station, Lichfield Road area, Windsor Street gas works and Aston Hall Road in the foreground. There were farms here in 1835. The photograph was taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, factories, houses, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from Rotunda of Curzon Street Station, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda of Curzon Street Station (Midland railway line) and Moor Street Ringway. Duddeston and Nechells are on the left. The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, Duddeston, Nechells, train stations, railways, city centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from Rotunda of Curzon Street Station, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda of Curzon Street Station (Midland railway line) and Moor Street Ringway. Duddeston and Nechells are on the left, and Nechells power station can be seen. The trees are on the former site of St. Bartholomew's church. The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, Duddeston, Nechells, train stations, power stations, churches, city centres, railways, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from Rotunda of Curzon Street Station, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda of Curzon Street Station (Midland railway line) and Moor Street Ringway. Duddeston and Nechells are on the left, and Nechells power station can be seen. The trees are on the former site of St. Bartholomew's church. The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, Duddeston, Nechells, train stations, power stations, churches, city centres, railways, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda along Smallbrook Ringway (right) and Bull Ring centre, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda along Smallbrook Ringway (right) and the Bull Ring centre. The Highgate redevelopment area can also be seen, as can the Bristol Road (right), a new Roman Catholic church, 'leafy' Edgbaston and Moseley. The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, Bull Ring, Highgate, Edgbaston, Moseley, redevelopment areas, churches, shopping centres, city centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda over Highgate and Balsall Heath, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda over Highgate and Balsall Heath, showing the markets on the left, Jamaica Row, and Highgate Hotel, Alcester Street on the left (formerly Rowton House). The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, Highgate, Balsall Heath, markets, hotels, city centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda over New Street Station and Smallbrook Ringway (left), Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda over New Street Station and Smallbrook Ringway (on left), taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, train stations, railways, roads, construction sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda over St. Martin's church and the Bull Ring markets, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda over St. Martin's church, the Bull Ring markets (right), and Digbeth (left). The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, Bull Ring, Digbeth, markets, churches, roads, city centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda over St. Philip's Cathedral towards Newhall Street and the Post Office Tower, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda over St. Philip's Cathedral towards Newhall Street and the Post Office Tower, taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, city centres, Rotunda, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda over the roof of New Street Station, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda over the roof of New Street Station, showing the flats at the corner of Station Street and Hill Street, Auchinleck House at Five Ways (right), Albany Hotel (left), St. Thomas's Church, Bath Row and Gough Street. The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, churches, train stations, flats, offices, city centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda towards Broad Street, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda towards Broad Street. Navigation Street is on the left, New Street is on the right. The town hall roof can be seen, as can the new signal box and technical college, Suffolk Street (demolished 1967) and the new British Rail offices on the left. The photograph w...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, town halls, train stations, offices, colleges, city centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda towards Corporation Street, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda towards Corporation Street, showing the Post and Mail building (Snow Hill) and the Victoria Law Courts. The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, city centres, Rotunda, law courts, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda towards Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda along Smallbrook Ringway towards Edgbaston, with Highgate on the left. The photograph was taken in 1966
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, Edgbaston, Highgate, roads, city centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda towards Five Ways, Auchinleck House in centre
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda towards Five Ways with Auchinleck House in the centre. Roof of New Street Station, Suffolk Street technical college and the new signal box can all be seen. The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, colleges, train stations, offices, city centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda towards Snow Hill, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda towards Snow Hill (Post and Mail building). Newtown flats are to the left. The photograph was taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, city centres, Rotunda, offices, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda towards St. Paul's church and St. Philip's cathedral, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda towards St. Paul's church and St. Philip's cathedral, taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, city centres, Rotunda, offices, churches, cathedrals, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda towards the Town Hall, the Council's houses and the civic centre, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda towards the Town Hall, the Council's houses and the civic centre, taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, town halls, councils, city centres, civic centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View from the Rotunda towards the University, Birmingham
Photograph of the view from the Rotunda towards the University of Birmingham (clock tower on the right) with Bristol Road and Smallbrook Ringway, taken in 1966.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1966
Keywords : Birmingham, Rotunda, universities, roads, clock towers, city centres, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
View south from top flat of Holte Estate flats
Photograph of the view south from the top flat of Holte Estate flats, James Watt Point. Aston Church in background. The photograph was taken in 1957.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1957
Keywords : Birmingham, Aston, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Village Pound, Church Road, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the Village Pound, Church Road, Northfield, taken in 1953. The village Pound (or pinfold) was where stray animals were tethered.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1953
Keywords : Birmingham, Northfield, pounds, animal enclosures, Medieval Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Village centre, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham
Photograph of the village centre of Castle Bromwich, at the corner between Hall Road and Chester Road, showing new houses and flats adjoining. The Rectory Garden Estate Hall and the church are to the left. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Castle Bromwich, houses, flats, streets, roads, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Vyse Street, in the Jewellery Quarter. The photograph, taken in early 1967, shows two adjoining workshops: Bacchus, watch importers, and A. Smith, watch importers, movements, diamonds mounters etc.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, workshops, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Vyse Street, in the Jewellery Quarter. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, workshops, houses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Vyse Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of Vyse Street, in the Jewellery Quarter, with various jewellers' workshops. The photograph was taken in mid 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Jewellery Quarter, workshops, houses, cars, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
W.W. Greener, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Central Birmingham
Photograph of W.W. Greener, gunsmiths, in St. Mary's Row, Central Birmingham. The photograph was taken in early 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, advertisements, cars, porches, gunsmiths, gunns, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
W.W. Greener, gunsmiths, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of W.W. Greener, gunsmiths, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
W.W. Greener, gunsmiths, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of W.W. Greener, gunsmiths, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter, taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Ward and Sons, gunmakers, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of Ward and Sons, gunmakers, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Wardell's garage, 258-259 Ladywood Road, Five Ways, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Wardell's garage, 258-259 Ladywood Road, Five Ways, Edgbaston, taken in 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, terraced houses, garages, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Wardell's garage, 258-259 Ladywood Road, Five Ways, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Wardell's garage, 258-259 Ladywood Road, Five Ways, Edgbaston, taken in 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, terraced houses, garages, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Warwick Canal, Tyseley Industrial Area, Birmingham
Photograph of the Warwick Canal in the Tyseley Industrial Area, built c.1795. In c.1929 the Warwick Canal became part of the Grand Union Canal, which was formed from an amalgamation of many of the different canal companies at that time. The view is east from King's Road Bridge. The factory depicted ...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Tyseley, canals, industries, factories, paths, chimneys, chimney-stacks, Grand Union Canal, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Warwick and Birmingham Canal, Smallheath/ Sparkbrook, Birmingham
Photograph of the Warwick and Birmingham Canal, in Smallheath/ Sparkbrook, view south-east from Golden Hillock Road Bridge. Alongside, the BSA factory (Ariel motorcycles), and old factories in the background. The photograph was taken in late 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Smallheath, Sparkbrook, canals, industries, factories, paths, Twentieth century Birmingham, Birmingham Small Arms Company Ltd.
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Warwickshire County Cricket Ground, Edgbaston Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Warwickshire County Cricket ground, Edgbaston Road, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, cricket, cricket clubs, cricket grounds, cars, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Warwickshire County Cricket Ground, Edgbaston Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Warwickshire County Cricket ground, Edgbaston Road, taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, cricket, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Welsh House Farm in decay, Harborne, Birmingham
Photograph of Welsh House Farm in decay, near Harborne, owned by W.E. Richards and Son, transport contractors. The photograph was taken in early 1961.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1961
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, Welsh House Farm, farms, lorries, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Welsh House Farm, Harborne, Birmingham
Photograph of Welsh House Farm house, near Harborne. No fields are remaining. The photograph was taken in early 1961.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1961
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, Welsh House Farm, farms, houses, benches, porches, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Welsh House Farm, Harborne, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Welsh House Farm house, near Harborne, with the chimney in evidence. The photograph was taken in early 1961.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1961
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, Welsh House Farm, farms, houses, benches, chimneys, windows, porches, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Welsh House Farm, Harborne, Birmingham - 3rd image
Photograph of Welsh House Farm house, near Harborne. No fields are remaining. The photograph was taken in early 1961.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1961
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, Welsh House Farm, farms, houses, benches, porches, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Welsh House Farm, Harborne, Birmingham - 4th image
Photograph of Welsh House Farm house, near Harborne. No fields are remaining. The photograph was taken in early 1961.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1961
Keywords : Birmingham, Harborne, Welsh House Farm, farms, houses, benches, porches, windows, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
West Tower, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the West Tower of Weoley Castle, Northfield, as seen from the south, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midl...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
West entrance, Weoley Castle, Northfield, Birmingham
Photograph of the west entrance of Weoley Castle, Northfield, taken in 1960. Weoley Castle was built in stone following a licence in 1264. It was surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall with six turrets and was a typical fortified manor house of the medieval period in the Midlands.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Weoley Castle, castles, Thirteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
West of Alcester Street corner, Cheapside, Birmingham
Photograph of the west of Alcester Street corner, Cheapside, showing part of the late-eighteenth century ""Bradford"" estate back-yard works. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Cheapside, cars, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
West of Alcester Street corner, Cheapside, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the west of Alcester Street corner, Cheapside, showing part of the late-eighteenth century ""Bradford"" estate back-yard works. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Cheapside, workshops, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Wheeler Street, Newtown, Birmingham
Photograph of old houses in Wheeler Street, Newtown. In the background, new flats are being built in Great Russell Street. The photograph was taken in early 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Newtown, houses, flats, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
White Swan pub, Harborne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of the White Swan pub, Harborne Road, Chad Valley, Edgbaston, taken in 1967.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1967
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, pubs, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Whitelodge, Crossing Sweeper's Seat, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of Whitelodge, 7 Church Road, Crossing Sweeper's Seat, corner of Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Whitelodge, Crossing Sweeper's Seat, Edgbaston, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of Whitelodge, 7 Church Road, Crossing Sweeper's Seat, corner of Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, houses, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Whittall Street in decay, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the Stewarts and Lloyds Offices in construction in Snow Hill, across Weaman Street, in place of an old workshop block. The viewpoint is in Whittall Street, opposite St. Mary's Row. The photograph was taken in early 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, construction sites, Twentieth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the Midland Gun Company in Whittall Street, Gun Quarter, on the site of the Church Hall (1865). The photograph was taken in early 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, cars, church halls, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Whittall Street/Bath Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the corner between Whittall Street and Bath Street in the Gun Quarter. The building housing J.W. Fry and Son, Ltd., Midland Gun Co., was a Church Hall, opened by the Lord Bishop of Worcester on November 18th, 1868, possibly called St. Mary's Hall. The photograph was taken in early 1963...
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Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, church halls, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Worcester and Birmingham Canal, Selly Oak, Birmingham
Photograph of the Worcester and Birmingham Canal approaching Bristol Road in Selly Oak, with Dudley Canal Junction on the right.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Selly Oak, canals, industries, factories, paths, bridges, chimneys, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Workshops in outer yard behind nos. 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the workshops in the outer yard behind numbers 9-11, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Workshops in outer yard behind nos. 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham - 2nd image
Photograph of the workshops in the outer yard behind numbers 9-11, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Workshops, Price Street, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of workshops behind Partridge Works, in Price Street, off Loveday Street, Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in mid 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, factories, arms, workshops, guns, rubbish bins, dustbins, Eighteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Yard (outer point) and glimpse of inner (2nd) behind nos. 9-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the yard (outer point) and glimpse of inner (2nd) yard behind numbers 9-11, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in 1960.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1960
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Yard and gun forge (right) behind nos. 10-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the yard and gun forge behind numbers 10-11, St. Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Yard behind nos. 10-11, St. Mary's Row, Gun Quarter, Birmingham
Photograph of the yard behind numbers 10-11, St Mary's Row in the Gun Quarter. The photograph was taken in 1963.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1963
Keywords : Birmingham, Gun Quarter, guns, arms, workshops, Nineteenth century Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
Zebra crossing, Crossing Sweeper's Seat, outside 7 Church Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Photograph of a zebra crossing, Crossing Sweeper's Seat, outside 7 Church Road, corner of Carpenter Road, Edgbaston. The photograph was taken in 1968.
Author : Nicklin, Phyllis
Date : 1968
Keywords : Birmingham, Edgbaston, zebra crossings, Birmingham
Collection : Birmingham's Buildings and Urban Topography
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