I have had this circa 1912 postcard for some time & I feel the style of building is sometimes found in Birmingham, particularly in Ladywood. It appears to be a Roman Catholic procession, proceeding slightly downhill. The shop window in the middle appears to be that of C. Lee or Clee at No. 120. I cannot trace someone with those names as a shopkeeper anywhere. The corner shop in the background is almost identical to that of G. F. Andrews on Freeth Street but the location does not fit. Other corner shops are also very similar. Any help welcomed.