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This leaflet chronicles the changing face of the City during the war and the post war era. How ordinary people's lives were affected and how their aspirations were addressed.
This guide to back-to-back housing which was developed during the mid to late 18th century to accommodate a rapidly increasing working population in Britain's expanding industrial towns. Includes information on Court 15 Inge Street; the last surviving example of back-to-back housing in Birmingham.
This leaflet about the terracotta buildings in Birmingham including historical and architectural information.
Information about Brandwood End Cemetery, Kings Norton which in August 1997 was added to the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest
How industry developed in Birmingham, especially around the Broad Street area, following the opening of the canal network in 1769 through to the present day.
Information about the General Cemetery Key Hill which was added to the English Heritage Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest at Grade II in February 1996
Information about Handsworth Cemetery, Sandwell which in 1982 was added to the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest.
This leaflet gives information on the mediaeval moated site at Moat House Northfield, it is one of the most important archaeological sites in Birmingham
A guide to 1970’s architecture in Birmingham
A guide to 1960's Architecture in Birmingham
Last Updated : 6th August 2013