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Vivienne14

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Yes definitely the Bull Ring, looking towards the old Market Hall from St Martins Churchyard. Probably pre-WW2 as the Market Hall still looks like it has its roof. Viv.
 

Radiorails

master brummie
Not sure about the other vehicles, but the bus suggests a post 1950 date. The buildings in the background, however, suggest 1960's.
Those hoardings, in the churchyard, seem to have been there a while; they may give a clue to the approximate date.
 
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Lloyd

master brummie
Nobody has mentioned that the street on the left, where there's a Bedford CA van parked in the 1st photo and is pedestrianised in the later one, is Spiceal Street, so named because spices were sold there many years before.
 

Radiorails

master brummie
I guess the most interesting and famous place in Spiceal Street was the Woolworth store, with it many counters and restaurant.
There are many threads here which reference Woolworth stores.
 
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