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The Queens Arms - Birmingham, England. Some of the best meals are found in the local pubs in Great Britain.

The Queens Arms - Birmingham, England. Some of the best meals are found in the local pubs in Great Britain.

17 & 19 Newhall Street in Birmingham's characteristic Victorian red brick and terracotta

The earliest image of Elkington's manufactory at Newhall Street, Birmingham  1840

The earliest image of Elkington's manufactory at Newhall Street, Birmingham 1840

Newhall Street, Birmingham, UK - where my Mum was a beautifully-spoken GPO telephone operator in the days before British Telecom

Newhall Street, Birmingham, UK - where my Mum was a beautifully-spoken GPO telephone operator in the days before British Telecom

Nutmeg grater A silver nutmeg grater made by Joseph Taylor of Newhall Street, Birmingham in 1799 Accession number: 1941 F191

Nutmeg grater A silver nutmeg grater made by Joseph Taylor of Newhall Street, Birmingham in 1799 Accession number: 1941 F191

Telephone Exchange Newhall Street Birmingham U K about 1956

Telephone Exchange Newhall Street Birmingham U K about 1956

The Queens Arms is a grade II listed pub in Birmingham, England.  Built in 1870 it is noted for the tiled art nouveau signage on its exterior, which was remodelled in 1901 to the designs of the architect, Joseph D. Ward for its then owners, Mitchells and Butlers.  The red brick building sits on the corner of Charlotte Street and Newhall Street, on the edge of the city's Jewellery Quarter.  It was given a Grade II listed status in April 2004.  Photo: google.com

The Queens Arms is a grade II listed pub in Birmingham, England. Built in 1870 it is noted for the tiled art nouveau signage on its exterior, which was remodelled in 1901 to the designs of the architect, Joseph D. Ward for its then owners, Mitchells and Butlers. The red brick building sits on the corner of Charlotte Street and Newhall Street, on the edge of the city's Jewellery Quarter. It was given a Grade II listed status in April 2004. Photo: google.com

Steam engine outside the Museum of science and industry Newhall Street Birmingham UK.

Steam engine outside the Museum of science and industry Newhall Street Birmingham UK.

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