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New John Street West & New John Street

kc

master brummie
hi all
in new john street does anyone remember a site of gypies or fair people living there around 1937 and above
kind regards
 

mossg

master brummie
Hi Lyn , your picture on post 148 looks like the double knack between Gt Russell St and Wheeler St.
Love picture on #150 showing houses between wheeler St, and was Wells St?
 

Astoness

TRUE BRUMMIE MODERATOR
Staff member
hi tom i have replied to your private message via the forums private message system..thanks for the email address...

all the best

lyn
 

Paul429

proper brummie kid
New John Street West.

Hi,
Part 2 of my first mail.
Asking if any one had a photo of New John Street West.

I was born there in 1936 at number 226
and I remember my mom taking me to have a
look at the old house many years ago.
Can any one help. ?

Thank you June.
Hi,

I may be asking the impossible, but does any one
have a photo of New John Street West.
Robert Westwood bakery in New John Street West Aston 1880.
 

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kc

master brummie
New John Street West.

Hi,
Part 2 of my first mail.
Asking if any one had a photo of New John Street West.

I was born there in 1936 at number 226
and I remember my mom taking me to have a
look at the old house many years ago.
Can any one help. ?

Thank you June.
hi june my dad was born in new john street they were fair people
 

mw0njm.

A Brummie Dude
new john st west, there was a two way radio hire firm there, out side was a mast,with a dummy half way up. it looked very fealistic.at first i thought it was a real person. before i went to specksavers:laughing::laughing:
 
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