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Pictures of King's Heath

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All Saint's Church

 

The Grange

 

Hare and Hounds

All Saints Church

 

The Grange in 1876 with Isaac Bate and family.

 

An old picture of the famous Hare and Hounds pub.

 

King's Heath school 1928

The High Street

King's Heath Institute

1928 School photograph from King's Heath Primary School.

 

King's Heath High Street at the turn of the century.

 

King's Heath Institute drawn by the architect.

 

The Maypole

Silver Street before International Stock

The High Street

The Maypole Roundabout, south of King's Heath, with its Inn.

 

A view of Silver Street in the 1950s.

 

King's Heath High Street in the 1920s,complete with tram.

 

King's Arms in 1907

King's Arms pub about 1911

The Kings Arms pub (Alcester Lane's end) in 1907

 

The Kings Arms pub from the South. About 1911.

 

Alcester Road South with number 168 in centre.

 

Livingstone Rd

Livingstone Road 1911

Another picture of Livingstone Road

Livingstone Road in its early days

 

Livingstone Road in 1911

 

Livingstone Road in 1911

 

Alcester Lane's End (1)

Alcester Lane's End 1960s

Alcester Lane's End

Alcester Lane's End looking South in the early 1950s

 

Alcester Lane's End in the early 1960s

 

Alcester Lane's End looking North in the early 1960s

 

King's Heath High Steet

King's Heath High Steet

King's Heath High Steet

King's Heath High Street looking north from Bank Street

 

King's Heath High Street looking south from Grange Road

 

King's Heath High Street looking south towards Heathfield Road

 

The beautiful Mountaineer pub..

The Cross Guns Inn

later Cross Guns

The ill-fated Mountaineer pub on Ashburton Road

 

The original Cross Guns Hotel.

 

The "new" Cross Guns, now the Goose.

 

uffculme

Uffculme conference hall

Uffculme hospital

Uffculme in its grounds

 

Uffculme conference hall

 

Uffculme front entrance

 

 


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