Birmingham, Corporation Street 1890

Birmingham, Corporation Street 1890

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Memories of Birmingham

Birmingham And Midland Institute

In the Francis Frith book "Did You Know? Miscellany of Birmingham", reference is made to Charles Dickens on page 12. If I may offer a small correction - Charles Dickens was not a visiting lecturer. He raised money for the establishment of the Institute by holding his first public reading ( A Christmas Carol ) ...Read full memory

'Lozells', Such An Exotic Sounding Place.

We lived in Gerrard Street, Lozells, until I was about 6. My father had an allotment where we would go and play, I still have a photo taken when I was about 4 of my father, older brother, and myself at the allotment with my brother on a wooden 'horse' and me on a rocking 'duck'. Our house was opposite ...Read full memory

A memory of Birmingham by Paul Carney

Oak Tree Lane Selly Oak

We were the Hobbis family and we lived at 54 Oak tree Lane, Selly Oak with my parents and grandmother. The house was directly opposite the old Selly Oak Hospital. I can remember the re-building of the hospital and sadly now it lays derelict ready for redevelopement into housing. Selly Oak was always a busy village ...Read full memory

A memory of Birmingham by purple-cielo
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