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    250 Newtown Row

    Thanks to the both of you. Mike I think this must show the correct property as they lived there 1901 & 1911. Moss
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    250 Newtown Row

    I don’t get much time on the forum nowadays, but I hope one of our members can help me. I am looking for the location of 250 Newtown Row as a family member had a tripe/coffee house there in the late 1800s.moss
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    Rose and crown..hospital/brearley st

    I remember the Rose when Ken was the gaffer. As a youth I along with my brother Bill played for their football team “ Rosevilla “ when the pub closed we moved to the Stag, keeping the team name until a while later when it became “ Jumbos “ Happy days i loved the area. Moss. Stay in doors and...
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    Aston, Lozells & Witton Photos Reposted

    Hello aston lad I often forget the bottom end of Potters Hill was Potters Lane, but after you kindly pointed it out I had another look at the map and have changed my mind and agree with Lyn and Mike the entry is on Park Lane.
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    Aston, Lozells & Witton Photos Reposted

    Hi mike and Lyn, surely the entry at the reverse of Burlington Hall is on Potters Hill. Moss
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    Pubs of Hockley/Newtown

    Do any members remember this pub , It was only 200/300 yards away from The St Georges Tavern(The Lights) It was called The Britannia , on the corner of Tower Street and Hampton Street opposite St Georges Church It was another one with a nickname it was known to all of its regulars as JACK SHAWS...
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    Pubs of Hockley/Newtown

    Yes and a first for me Lyn. I came across this today I think it was copied from a book called Lost Pubs of Birmingham.
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    Pubs of Hockley/Newtown

    Yes Lyn what a great picture of The Lights, I’m told it got this name because of the huge lights that once hung over it’s doors.
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    the star and garter

    Hi Deborah, if the photo was taken during the war it must be a different Star and Garter , the one on the corner of Great Hampton Row and and Brearley St was open throughout the 1950s and early 60s. Mossg
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    Waterworks Street And Grosvenor Rd Aston

    You’re welcome Michael it’s pleased me to have brought back happy memories. Moss
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    New John Street West & New John Street

    I have just re posted a few pictures on the Asylum road link. moss
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    Asylum Road

    Last two
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    Asylum Road

    A few more
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    Asylum Road

    One or two pictures of Asylum road that I am sure have been on this thread before.
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    New John Street West & New John Street

    Thanks mike.
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