The Pemberton Family – A Famous Toymaking Family

Photo Courtesy ‘Matthew Boulton & The Toymakers’ ‘There were several well established families of toy.

Green, Cadbury & Co – Trouser Stretchers

1886 Kelley’s Directory Advert Green, Cadbury & Co of Great Hampton Street were mainly remembered.

Sutton’s Original Shop in Warstone Lane

‘Sutton Tools’ original shop, which supplied tools and materials to the trade, was situated next.

Washington Irving’s Nephew – A Birmingham Link with America

Embedded in the registers of the Church of St Paul, Birmingham – writes a correspondent.

Rip Van Winkle

Don’t be surprised if one day on Newhall Hill you meet a strange looking character.

Newman Coffin Works Building

‘Nos 13-15 Fleet Street were designed in 1892 and the buildings were occupied by Newman.

Jewellery Quarter Station

Shame this never happened: ED Source: The Hockley Flyer issue 99 1993, (Charles Smith of Connell.

The Standard Works

43-47 Vittoria Street and 9 Regent Place The Future Glasshouse College is breathing life back.

Saint Paul’s Club, St. Pauls Square

‘St Paul’s Club was constructed originally as two houses. Only one of the original door.

W. J. Hill – ‘Starlite’

W.J. Hill of Victory Works, St Paul’s Square were manufacturers of ‘Starlite’ Electrical Accessories. Cycle.