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Pedrocut

Master Barmmie
There is a Thread for Roy Fisher...
 

brummy-lad

master brummie
A starting point? This bus is turning from the Pershore Road into Belgrave Road, the houses look to be of a similar style.
 

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Astoness

TRUE BRUMMIE MODERATOR
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observation ...the 2nd door on the right seems to say its no 3 so either its my eyes or its the beginning of a street or road..the properties look in good nick so they could still be standing...

lyn
 

RobT

Acemeccanoman
Far too clever for me. That mystery didn't last long!

Maurice :cool:
The clue is a 2nd June 1962 Murder Mystery at Bates's Newsagency :cool:
And the murderer escaped with blood stained hands on a No 8 Bus !


scene of the crime at Lee Bank Road.JPG
 
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lmr3103

master brummie
observation ...the 2nd door on the right seems to say its no 3 so either its my eyes or its the beginning of a street or road..the properties look in good nick so they could still be standing...

lyn

And yet all those buildings gone now Lyn... :worried:
Lynn
 

Astoness

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And yet all those buildings gone now Lyn... :worried:
Lynn

thats great lee bank road it is :) ....lynn i had a feeling that whatever the location was the houses would no longer be there...shame..just trying to figure out what baines newsagent had to do with that awful murder

lyn
 

robert

master brummie
Lyn the newsagent was shot dead during a robbery ,his attacker was sentenced to death and was the last person to hang in Winson Green prison.
 
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