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Bond Street to Summer Lane in the 1820's


New Member
I am new to the forum,
I have ancestors that lived in Birmingham in the early 1800's. I am trying to find out how far it was from Bond Street to Summer Lane and where St Paul's Church is/was in relation to the two roads.
Thanks in advance


master brummie
Bond St and Summer Lane still exist. Hopefully this links to a modern Google map of the area...

Summer Lane is marked to the NE of St Paul's and Bond St is the short road two roads over beyond Henrietta St.

Look to be about 200m from St Paul's.


master brummie
This is from 1890...

Summer Lane Bond St.jpg

St Paul's bottom left, Bond St 2 red dots and Summer Lane line of red dots, continues off the map for quite a way.