Bow Street, BIRMINGHAM, B1 1DW


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A38 Bristol Street in Birmingham
Image: © Mat Fascione Taken: 2 May 2021
0.04 miles
St Catherine's Catholic Church
Dedicated to St Catherine of Siena.
Image: © John M Taken: 9 Jan 2009
0.05 miles
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
0.06 miles
Horsefair, Birmingham
Image: © Andrew Abbott Taken: 29 May 2010
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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
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Clydesdale Tower, Birmingham
Clydesdale Tower, one of a pair of tower blocks also known as the Sentinel Towers. The building, which stands around 90 metres high, was completed in 1972.
Image: © Malc McDonald Taken: 12 Jun 2010
0.07 miles
Welsh Bethel chapel in Birmingham
...or in Welsh "Bethel Eglwys Bresbyteraidd Cymru"
Image: © Ruth Sharville Taken: 26 Aug 2009
0.07 miles
Welsh church in Birmingham
A Welsh church on Holloway Head, Birmingham.
Image: © Malc McDonald Taken: 13 Jun 2010
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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
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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
0.07 miles
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