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If Guilbert gets a train on the Cross City or Chase or West Coast Mainlines, he could get views like this.
20th August 2020 on a Class 350 train I got from Stechford to Birmingham New Street (one train an hour, and it was delayed).
Curzon Street Station.
New Canal Street...
That was a rainy day. People either sheltering from the rain. Or sticking to the City Core shopping. You should see how busy the High Street area was, way too many people. Westside was much quieter, including Brindleyplace. Was even people sitting on graves in Cathedral Square (St Philip's...
No, midday or in the afternoon. There wouldn't be people hovering in mid air in front of that new facade. Unless you had builders on a cherry picker or something. No one on site today that I could see.
Having just walked up Congreve Passage again and crossed over Great Charles Street Queensway / Paradise Circus Queensway, took this photo looking back as I headed to the Jewellery Quarter via Summer Row, Parade and Newhall Hill.