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How about Devon Street, Birmingham 7 (Ran between Duddeston Mill Road & Saltley Road)
The procession could be going to - St. Anne's Church (Top left corner of map) School other side of the road.
Remember C. Lee (Charles Lee) 87 Devon Street, window name could have been advertising shop just...
Map from 1950 (showing numbering of properties in Miller Street
Above the word Corporation is newer tram depot building which replaced the section gutted after an air raid in April 1941.
Kelly's 1930 says 161 Miller Street - Ravencroft's dairymen
Kelly's 1955 says 155-167 Lewis F. Tubular Steel...
Map here shown in red is 245 St. Andrews Road
1930's Kelly's shows Henry Martin Morris as Shopkeeper
As a bit of added information
1915 Kellys shows No. 253 as Todd & Prestidge Boot Repairer
1930's Kellys shows No. 253 as Harry Todd Boot Repairer
This although NOT the Onion Fair, Should bring back many memories of Pat Collins Funfair, and the Wonderland 98 Key Marenghi Organ, also shown the Traction Engine 'The Leader' which was at the Onion Fair many times.