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I think this is what you might be looking for, although it might be a little earlier than you might like.Has anyone got an image please of the front of the premises of H. Pountney Limited builders, decorators, plumbers of 315-316, Bradford Street Birmingham prior to its demolition for the redevelopment of the bus station.
Yes, everyone making the most of the well earned rest no doubt, my very first job was in bissell street the next road on from rea street, big factory at the top called epharaim Phillips. I don't know how long it's been there but would imagine a few of the workers would have got that tram to there shiftMaybe early Sunday morning. Most folk having their weekly lie in and the nearby markets would be closed?
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Hi Mikejee... would you know if house number 236 is shown on the map please... James Aldhous and family lived there on the 1851 census... he was a wire weaver so presumably worked around the area too... thank you for any info.