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Snow Hill Station Booking Office, 1912.

In pictures: Celebrating the history of Birmingham's train stations

Aston Tavern in Aston Hall Road 1927

1927 - The Aston Tavern in what was Aston Lane, now Aston Hall Road, Birmingham.

The felling of the Selly Oak 1909

This is the oak after which Selly Oak in Birmingham was named. It was felled in 1909 as the pic shows and was located at the junction of Bristol road and oak tree lane.

The Mikado Cafe near Snow Hill, 1950s

This is Birmingham on

“The Mikado Cafe near Snow Hill,

Snow Hill from Constitution Hill Birmingham - mid 50s - Courtesy of Geoff Dowling

This is Birmingham on

Snow Hill from Constitution Hill Birmingham - mid - Courtesy of Geoff Dowling

The Summer Lane area of Birmingham, pictured, was plagued by crime

Victorian gang who terrorised the streets of Birmingham

The Belle Vue Temperance Hotel in Edmund Street in 1904.

The Belle Vue Temperance Hotel in Edmund Street in

Chatwin's Great Western Hotel at Birmingham Snow Hill.

In pictures: Celebrating the history of Birmingham's train stations

New Street Station, Snow Hill and Coventry Station are all documented in new English Heritage book.

Harborne High Street in a picture dated May 19, 1972

See how Harborne has changed in amazing archive images from yesteryear

Harborne High Street in a picture dated May 1972

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