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I have had a (nother) senior moment.
Earlier this week, Mon or Tue I saw a picture on this site of 'Jeff Smith' on his 'BSA Gold Star' which looked to be taken outside the BSA factory.
I'm blowed if I can find it again.
Can anyone direct me to the part of the forum it is on please.
I am looking for pics and/or maps about Forster street from the 1930's to the end of the second world war. I know Forster street is still in the Vauxhall area of Brum.
Is it possible to find out who was living at an address in Birmingham post 1931 census?
Thanks in anticipation.
I am looking for information about Cowper Street. I know there are references to a 'Cowper Street' on the forum already but I am not sure if this is the street I am looking for.
The address I have is; 1 Coleshill Place, Cowper Street in the district of St Mary's. Was the Cowper Street, Aston...
Does anyone know what happened to the 'Summer Lane Arts and Heritage Centre'?
What happened to the historical material about Summer Lane that had been collected?
I am researching 308 Summer lane where the Arts centre was housed. Previous to this was the Coronet camera company and previuos to...
Where did you buy your motorcycles or spares from?
I can remember the following:
Vale-Onslow............ Stratford Road.
Grays Wellington Road,........... Coventry Road.
Aston Autos............. Aston Road North.
Copes................. Hagley Road.
Are there any old motorcyclists out there who remember The Double Zero Motorbike Club?
The club was started in the late sixties by the Rev. Dave Collyer (whatever happened to him) at a church in (St. Basil's?) Heathmill lane Digbeth.
I used to attend until about 1969/70 when I sold my...
I am loking for information about Fred Lewis transport who I think were in Miller St, Aston. F. Lewis Transport had a fleet of Commer trucks, these vehicles were fitted with a Two Stroke 3 cylinder diesel engine and the made a most wonderful rasping sound when the were under load. I was in...
I used to work for Flight's Coaches in the mid 60's when they were in Victoria Road and Berners St Aston. In the early 70's or before Flight's were sold out to Bowen's of Tamworth. I seem to recall that Ken Flight was not able to run another coach business for ten years or so due to contractual...