Pictorial Memories of Birmingham and Round About

Harborne High Street in the 1900s and below date unknown

Mucklow Hill, Halesowen in 1953

Long Lane, Blackheath circa 1900

Toll House, Smethwick (date unknown)

Victoria Lodge, Smethwick in 1902

Lickey Hills, Four Ways, Rednal

Crooked House-Britain's drunkiest Pub. The Alehouse in Himley was originally built as a farmhouse in 1765. It later became a public house called the Siden House, siden is Black Country dialect for crooked

Butchers Shop in Oldbury in the 1900s

How many of you gentlemen used the above?

Workers’ first cottages in Bournville

Thimblemill Brook bursting its banks in 1927

High Street, Watery Lane, Firs Lane junction, Smethwick 1956

Cape Hill from Waterloo Road, Smethwick, 1912

How many of you remember taking this vile tasting concoction when you had a nasty cough or sore throat?

Goodness me! How technology has moved on!

The remote that does everything in 1966

The front cover of the Meccano Magazine in 1953

I’ve still got my Meccano set – have you?

Quinton Bus Garage in 1998 and below

Inside the garage in the 1950s?

The Dog Inn circa 1954

Lightwoods Park bowling green circa 1946

Bearwood Road in the mid 1920s- to the right are the

Midland Red Offices and Majestic cinema

Bearwood High Street circa 1938

How many of you ladies had one of these?

Hope you are enjoying these photos

as the memories keep flooding back!

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