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    Aston Road North

    Excellent photos Lynn, once again evoking lots of memory’s you are a star!
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    Lichfield Road Aston

    It’s so sad to think that Alan (Astonian) would have loved these.
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    Lichfield Road Aston

    Lynn, you are a star, I haven’t posted for quite a while. These are awesome, there aren’t any words that would express my joy at seeing these photos, l have experienced all sorts of emotions looking at them, god bless you.
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    Free Access To The 1939 Register For 5 Days

    Thanks Lynn, have you noticed it gives full birth dates?
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    "midland Journey" Film 1947

    What an excellent film, you always hope that you will see someone that you recognize, thank you Lynn.
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    Waterworks Street And Grosvenor Rd Aston

    Jackie, Mountford's is the shop next to Parker and Pilking ton's in this photo.
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    Waterworks Street And Grosvenor Rd Aston

    Lynn, thank you so much for the photos in post#21-#22, to say that I was gob-smacked is an under-statement. Where on earth did you find these gems?
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    Aston Pictures

    Hi Jackie, here are photos of both ends of Sutherland street, unfortunately, I have never seen any of the actual street.
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    Montague Street Aston

    Hi Lynn, I looked on Google Earth and put in Montague street Aston and the one off Great Barr street came up, however, as you say, the map shows no houses. If you look at the photo in #6, Montague street is slap in the middle.
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    Montague Street Aston

    Hi Lynn, thanks for your message, those photos look like the Montague Street off Great Barr Street, Montague Street Aston was only a short street, the pump Tavern was on the corner of Montague and Sutherland street and Waterworks Road was at the bottom. I have searched for ages to find a photo...
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    R.I.P : Harry parkes

    here's a picture of his shop on Gravelly hill.
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    Aston Hall Road (formerly Aston Lane)

    Thankyou Lynn for posting these evocative photos, I went to Aston Hall Road school, I started there in 1948, the area holds many memories although time has dimmed a few!
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    Rubery Hill Asylum, Birmingam. 1882 - 1901

    Hi Jess, I have a booklet entitled 'Rubery Hill Hospital' a short history, 1882-1982, it has a few photographs in it, if it is of any use I could post it to you, Astonite.
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    moor end lane and aston tech

    Hi Graham, I have in my possession, a prospectus for Aston Tech for 1957-58, I am sure I have put photos from it on the site before, however, here is one of them;
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    Summer Lane

    Steve,Vicarage Road Aston?
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    3 back 153 latimer street Emma Mountford

    I don't know if this has been on before
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    Smithfield Fruit & Veg W/sale Market 1883

    Richard, pollypops posted this link, there are 3 photos of Smit https://www.shoothill.com/demo/warwic...vey-deep-zoom/ hfield on here, from the look of the clothes they are pre 1930.
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    Warwickshire Photographic Survey

    Thank you pollypops for that link to Shoothill, there are some wonderful photographs on there, I have found lots of photos of places where my relatives lived, Hospital st, Lower Tower st, and Windsor St, once again thank you!
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    Perfecta Seamless Tube Works Plume Street Aston

    Hi Anthony, this is the only picture of Plume Street I have ever found, unfortunately, it doesn't show a lot, it is one of Ray Griffith's wonderful collection. I would also like to obtain some photographs of Plume Street as a few of my ancestors lived there.
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    king edward reprieve

    Thanks for the photos Lyn, so sad to see this pub destroyed, my mom was a barmaid there in the forties and fifties, I can still remember being behind the bar in the back room when I was small, later it was our local and we played many a game of darts there.
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