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Herbert Austin and his early years in Alma St should a Blue Plaque for Herbert Austin be erected


Master Barmmie
Some people do not seem to understand the importance of having a plaque, or some form of recognition, to be put up in Alma Street, Aston.
Its not about Herbert Austin the man, more about the fact that the factory was at the very birth of the motor industry in Birmingham and its products were exported all over the world.
Herbert Austin speaking at Oxford in 1933 concerning hours, labour, and economic recovery.



Master Barmmie
Difficult to read, but the views of Herbert Austin in 1909 concerning the making of aeroplanes...