Starting Work at 15 in The Jewellery Quarter in 1954

Getting a job or career was so different back in the 1950’s. Here is one.

Sutton’s Original Shop in Warstone Lane

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

Numbers 10/12 Tenby Street – ‘Before and After’

In the 1920’s the block bounded by Tenby Street/Albion Street/Carver Street/Tenby Street North was a.

Saint Paul’s Club, St. Pauls Square

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

A ‘Temple of Relief’

The green painted Victorian Gent’s ‘Pissoir’ in Vyse Street (right next to the railway station),.

Colonisation of the Jewellery Quarter – Early 1800s

Robert Thomas was a cabinet maker living on the slope above Graham Street, who avoided.

Kenyon Street Police Station

(Researched by Marie E Haddleton and Sergeant Gordon Tracey) Click Here for more comments as.

Looking Back to The Day Trip From Hockley

Nigel Grice of Ritz Jewellery brought the following two wonderful photos into York House, which.

St. Paul’s School History

1863 is the first recorded entry of St Paul’s School when a small schoolroom was.