IMAGES TAKEN NEAR TO
Horse Fair, BIRMINGHAM, B1 1DB

Introduction

This page details the photographs taken nearby to Horse Fair, B1 1DB by members of the Geograph project.

The Geograph project started in 2005 with the aim of publishing, organising and preserving representative images for every square kilometre of Great Britain, Ireland and the Isle of Man.

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Image Map


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Image Listing (462 Images Found)

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Horsefair, Birmingham
Image: © Andrew Abbott Taken: 29 May 2010
0.02 miles
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Bristol Street and Essex Street Junction
Busy A38 Ring Road pictured on a Saturday evening in late October.
Image: © Jonathan Clitheroe Taken: 22 Oct 2016
0.02 miles
3
Another face to the street - Birmingham
Another view of the former bank building featured in 'Bankers are gone from Bristol Street' this time taken from the Bristol Street side. Time photo taken 11.47 am BST (British Summer Time). Image]
Image: © Martin Richard Phelan Taken: 22 May 2015
0.04 miles
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Essex Street junction with Bristol Street
Image: © Mark Anderson Taken: 18 May 2019
0.04 miles
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Bankers are gone from Bristol Street - Birmingham
This building at the junction of Bristol Street and Essex Street was built in 1890 by Alfred T Greening. The ground floor stonework was added in 1924 to the design of Peacock & Bewlay. The building was at one time I assume the branch of a bank. The stone band above the ground floor windows shows traces of fixings which appear to spell out 'Barclays Bank', I could be wrong on this. These days the only apparent inhabitants of the building are pigeons which fly in and out of the broken windows - it must make fine shelter for them the year round. Time photo taken 11.40 am BST (British Summer Time).
Image: © Martin Richard Phelan Taken: 22 May 2015
0.04 miles
6
Silent sentinels from the City's past - Birmingham
Taken from the south-western end of Inge Street where it joins Essex Street, this photo shows the supposed former bank building, the subject of 'Bankers are gone from Bristol Street' and its neighbour, built at the same time I assume. Both buildings show tiled decoration on their facades - slightly closer views in the following photos. This building, like its neighbour, makes a comfortable home for a flock of pigeons. Time photo taken 11.38 pm BST (British Summer Time). Image]
Image: © Martin Richard Phelan Taken: 22 May 2015
0.04 miles
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Decoration from Victorian days - Birmingham
A closer look at the facade of the building featured in 'Bankers are gone from Bristol Street'. I have not yet found out whether Alfred T Greening was the builder or architect of these pair of buildings in Essex Street but they are an example of how buildings were adorned in the days of our Victorian forebears. Time photo taken 9.06 am BST (British Summer Time). Image]
Image: © Martin Richard Phelan Taken: 22 May 2015
0.04 miles
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Decoration from Victorian days, another angle - Birmingham
Another view from a slightly different angle of the former bank building featured in 'Bankers are gone from Bristol Street'. Time photo taken 11.41 am BST (British Summer Time). Image]
Image: © Martin Richard Phelan Taken: 22 May 2015
0.04 miles
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28-29 Horsefair, Birmingham
A florid trio of shops built in 1899 by Ballard & Mantel for a grocer, Simeon Theodore King. The architects pulled out several stops. It was an Indian restaurant, the Koh-I-Noor, but not any longer it seems.
Image: © Stephen Richards Taken: 23 Jun 2015
0.04 miles
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Horse Fair
Not a great deal of the old street known as Horse Fair remains. Ahead it shortly becomes Bristol Street, with Suffolk Street Queensway (the A38 road) joining it in the middle of the carriageway.
Image: © P L Chadwick Taken: 20 Dec 2009
0.05 miles
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