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'Trendy OK?' - Pictures of Birmingham 1976-1987 - Flashbak Healy Road Sellyoak

These wonderful pictures of a much-changed Birmingham were taken by David Rostance. These photos portray a time when the Birmingham Mail puts it: There was no Selfridges or Harvey Nichols, no Bullring as we know it today. Instead you had to take your life into your hands as you ventured through the city’s subway shops … Continue reading "‘Trendy OK?’ – Pictures of Birmingham 1976-1987"

'Traveltastic' Posters - Art Set by Studio 324 - page 2 | Displate

Hand-crafted metal posters designed by talented artists. Easy magnet mounting. We plant 1 tree for each purchased Displate.

Top 10 Things To See & Do in Birmingham, UK (by a local)

Want to know all the top 10 things to see and do in Birmingham, UK? This post has you covered on all of Birmingham's best spots from a local's perspective.

Colourised pictures show Birmingham from the past - Birmingham Live

The website MyHeritage.com are offering users the chance to colour and enhance their pictures for a limited period. We gave it a try on some of the old pictures from our archives. There are mixed results, but is is good fun to have a go.

Birmingham Rain | My tour of Birmingham was affected by a bo… | Flickr

My tour of Birmingham was affected by a bout of rain which had me searching for cover. I didn't feel that cheated though, as I was assured by multiple people, including the friend that brought me here, that despite being Britain's second largest city, there was nothing to really see there.

The University of Birmingham – The Green Heart by Churchman Thornhill Finch « Landscape Architecture Platform | Landezine

Churchman Thornhill Finch: The project, entitled the Green Heart, was commissioned by the University of Birmingham in 2015. Designed by Landscape Architects Churchman Thornhill Finch, it covers 5 hectares and provides a significant piece of public realm at the centre of the University’s Edgbaston Campus. It re-establishes the historic 1920’s axis focused on the Joseph […]