And Birmingham

Here We Go Again
Handsworth and Handsworth Wood
And Birmingham
Like An Old Fashioned Waltz
Gold Dust - Live at the Royalty
Charles Dickens 1812-1870
Scrooge (A Christmas Carol) 1951
London Odds and Ends
Plain Capers
Fire and Sleet and Candlelight
Fi Fraser and Jo Freya
Eclection Words
Rhythm & Blues
The Dog and Dustbin
Hark! The Villages
The Battle Of The Field
The Albion Country Bands
Old Sir Simon The King
Pace Egging
Umps and Dumps
Gorse Hall
Arborfield, Berkshire
Tall Ships
Norman Thelwell
A Garland of Carols
Harvest Home
Triple Echo
Rubber Folk
In Town Tonight
Forest and Vale and High Blue Hill
Between The Severn and The Wye
A Country Christmas
Al Bowlly's In Heaven
Ghost Stories of an Antiquary
Canon Alberic's Scrap-book.
Lost Hearts
The Mezzotint
The Ash-tree
Number 13
Count Magnus
'Oh, Whistle, and I'll Come to You, My Lad'
The Treasure of Abbot Thomas
Appearances Of A Different Sort
Robin Hood

The Grove Pub Handsworth

Lapal Canal Trust


50 years of Progress
A short history of
the first 50 years of
the Austin Motor Company

100ft below the city centre
is a secret telephone exchange
called ANCHOR. opened in 1957
built to withstand a nuclear
attack, the exchange was obsolete
as soon as it was completed.
massive thanks go out to
Sebastian Ballard for this.

1 Price Street
Birmingham B4 6JU
There has been a hostelry
selling ales on this site
since the 18th century
now that says everything!
in the heart of the Gun Quarter

Benjamin Wild had worked in
the gun trade in the years
prior to World War 11,first
at BSA and then at the
Midland Gun Company`s
Demon Gun Works in Bath Street.
this part of Birminghams industrial
history, and now Wilds is one
Birmingham's few remaining
 well- known gunmaking firms

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