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Elliott Brown Transport
12 Jan 2022 - Elliott Brown
Gallery

Perry Barr Station in 2012 and 2022

Since May 2021, Perry Barr Station has been closed to passengers for redevelopment ahead of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. The last station building was built in the 1960s and was very tired and dull looking after 55 years. Outside roadworks after the Perry Barr Flyover was pulled down in 2021. Should be complete by May 2022. Only time Elliott got a train here was August 2012.

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Perry Barr Station in 2012 and 2022





Since May 2021, Perry Barr Station has been closed to passengers for redevelopment ahead of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. The last station building was built in the 1960s and was very tired and dull looking after 55 years. Outside roadworks after the Perry Barr Flyover was pulled down in 2021. Should be complete by May 2022. Only time Elliott got a train here was August 2012.


Perry Barr Station history

The first station was built by the Grand Junction Railway in 1837, and is one of the oldest continually served stations in the world (until the 2021-22 redevelopment).  The GJR became part of the London and North Western Railway (LNWR), later the London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS), who all owned the station in turn, before the nationalisation of the railways in 1948 under British Railways in 1948 (later British Rail). The station was rebuilt in 1966 when the line was electrified towards Walsall. After privatisation in the 1990s, the station was run by Central Trains (from 1997), then London Midland (from 2007), and now West Midlands Railway (from 2017).

 

The station is on the Birchfield Road in Perry Barr, near Walsall Road and the One Stop Shopping Centre.

 

The visit of August 2012

The only time I got a return train journey to Perry Barr was in August 2012, for my then first photo walk around Perry Barr. Arriving on London Midland 323220.

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First view of the 1966 station building, with a pair of steps up to the exit.

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The train I got off continues towards Walsall.

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There used to be a ramp exit on both sides.

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View from the steps towards platform 2.

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The old British Rail Station Perry Barr sign was there for a long time.

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Plus at the time the Network West Midlands station sign for Perry Barr.

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There used to be a subway under the road here which you could use to get to Birmingham City University's City North Campus.

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Later after my walk, heading down the steps to platform 1, to catch a train on the Chase Line back to Birmingham New Street.

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Waiting for my train.

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Time to leave Perry Barr on London Midland 323202.

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2nd January 2022

Been so busy over the last 6 months, that I've had no time to travel up to Perry Barr. Traffic always seemed busy, if you were going to the cemetery at Witton.

 

On the second day of the new year, I caught an X51 bus to Perry Barr. An express bus service towards Cannock. First wanted to check out the Alexander Stadium / Perry Park, and the stop was near Perry Avenue. Bit hard to see the stadium or proper park access, so walked down Walsall Road past the One Stop to check out the new station building.

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The new station building is partially complete / cladded. But at least five more months work to complete it, ahead of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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Temporary bus stops on the Birchfield Road.

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I went down Wellington Road at one point, so much traffic, and realised that there wasn't a distant bridge view of the station, so crossed over and headed back up to the island.

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Heading up Wellington Road, behind the new station building was the construction site of what was formerly going to be the Athletes Village for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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After crossing at the temporary lights over Birchfield Road (subways and footbridge have gone). Got this view from near Aston Lane.

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Heading onto the other side of the Birchfield Road, for one last view of Perry Barr Station, before waiting to catch a no 51 bus back to the City Centre. I wonder how they will deal with the crossing of this busy road, no subways, no footbridge!

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It is a bit of a walk from here to Perry Park, for visitors going to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games from July - August 2022. A lot of roadworks are still unfinished. Hopefully they will finish everything here on time, fingers crossed.

 

Photos taken by Elliott Brown can also be found on Twitter: ellrbrown

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Elliott Brown Music & musicians
11 Jan 2022 - Elliott Brown
News & Updates

UB40 launched Musical Routes at Hall Green Station back in November 2021

(Late News). Near the end of November 2021, surviving members of UB40 were at Hall Green Station to unveil the first Musical Routes sign. The project is the brainchild of the Birmingham Music Archive founded by Jez Collins. While Birmingham We Are's Elliott Brown was at work that day, on the following Saturday morning, he got a few photos of the sign, with the thawing snow.

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UB40 launched Musical Routes at Hall Green Station back in November 2021





(Late News). Near the end of November 2021, surviving members of UB40 were at Hall Green Station to unveil the first Musical Routes sign. The project is the brainchild of the Birmingham Music Archive founded by Jez Collins. While Birmingham We Are's Elliott Brown was at work that day, on the following Saturday morning, he got a few photos of the sign, with the thawing snow.


dndimg alt="UB40 Hall Green" dndsrc="../uploadedfiles/UB40 Hall Green Station WMR.jpg" style="width: 100%;" />UB40 launch Musical Routes at Hall Green Station. Photo courtesy of West Midlands Railway. Friday 26th November 2021.

 

Saturday 27th November 2021

After hearing about this in the local news, the day after UB40 was at Hall Green Station, I walked here, before heading to catch the no 6 bus on the Stratford Road to the City Centre.

View from the footbridge of Hall Green Station. I normally get on from Welby Road (there is a path from Brooklands Road).

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In the station car park is the new Musical Routes sign below the new West Midlands Railway sign for Hall Green Station.

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The map of Hall Green features Moseley & Kings Heath, Sparkbrook, Springfield (Sparkhill) and Hall Green. The map shows locations where famous Brummie musicians first started out, such as Nick Rhodes of Duran Duran, UB40, Ocean Colour Scene, Bev Bevan and Laura Mvula.

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Overnight had been some late November 2021 snow, but by the time I went out, it was thawing. The Musical Routes sign is near the disabled car parking spots.

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Heading out of the Hall Green Station car park towards the Stratford Road, to catch a no 6 bus. It's been a while since I last caught a train from this station (due to cancellations as a result of a shortage ot train drivers and other reasons). 

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National Express West Midlands is just a bit more reliable now than West Midlands Railway.

 

There will be other Musical Routes signs at other railway stations around Birmingham, but as yet, have not seen any more (or had time to visit any of them, other than my University and Perry Barr station rebuild updates).

 

Photos taken by Elliott Brown can also be found on Twitter: ellrbrown

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Elliott Brown Classic Architecture
08 Jan 2022 - Elliott Brown
Gallery

Old Joe back with clock hands over the Christmas - New Year holidays end of 2021

The University of Birmingham campus was very quiet during the last week of 2021. Elliott caught the no 76 bus up to the Edgbaston Campus to check out Old Joe (aka Joseph Chamberlain Memorial Clock Tower), now with the clock hands reinstated on all sides, and with the mechanisms working, the clock even rung / bonged while on the campus. Happy New Year 2022. 

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Old Joe back with clock hands over the Christmas - New Year holidays end of 2021





The University of Birmingham campus was very quiet during the last week of 2021. Elliott caught the no 76 bus up to the Edgbaston Campus to check out Old Joe (aka Joseph Chamberlain Memorial Clock Tower), now with the clock hands reinstated on all sides, and with the mechanisms working, the clock even rung / bonged while on the campus. Happy New Year 2022. 


Getting off the no 76 bus on the Bristol Road in Selly Oak (Bournbrook close to the University of Birmingham), near The Goose at the OVT put. Could see Old Joe to the right near Grange Road. I headed right to the South Gate. It was the Boxing Day Bank Holiday Tuesday, 28th December 2021 (the actual Boxing Day fell on a Sunday).

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The view of Old Joe (Joseph Chamberlain Memorial Clock Tower), zoomed in from Bristol Road over Grange Road in Selly Oak.

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Heading through the South Gate, noticed the Costa Coffee at the University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness was closed (yet to go to this Costa), then headed past the Guild of Students building towards the East Gate. Not only are the clock hands back on, but they are reading the correct time.

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Near the Barber Institute of Fine Arts at the East Gate, and close to Edgbaston Park Road. The campus was really quiet, not many people around.

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Now on Pritchatts Road, heading past the North Gate and the Green Heart.

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Usually coaches park at this semi circle, but non during the inter Christmas - New Year period.

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A look at Old Joe through the gate on the left.

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And through the gate on the right.

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One last view of Old Joe from the Green Heart, with the Main Library and Teaching & Learning Building on the right.

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Heading down to check out the progress of the rebuilding of University Station, one last view of Old Joe taken from Vincent Drive. Evergreen tree on the right looked like a Christmas tree with no decorations on it.

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Photos taken by Elliott Brown can also be found on Twitter: ellrbrown

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Stephen Giles Construction & regeneration
30 Dec 2021 - Stephen Giles
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Restoration of Belmont Works & Construction of STEAMHouse2 - A Birmingham Gem!

An iconic city centre building which had been gutted by fire has revealed its restored façade as part of a huge £70M restoration in Birmingham’s emerging Learning Quarter.

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Restoration of Belmont Works & Construction of STEAMHouse2 - A Birmingham Gem!





An iconic city centre building which had been gutted by fire has revealed its restored façade as part of a huge £70M restoration in Birmingham’s emerging Learning Quarter.


The listed Belmont Works, built in 1899 and located on Cardigan Street within Eastside, will soon become home to STEAMhouse – a collaborative space for businesses and creatives to work together on new business ideas, concepts and creations – and Birmingham City University’s School of Computing and Digital Technology.

The 120-year-old gem of a building had amazingly stood derelict and forlorn since its devastating fire ripped the building apart in 2007.

Its façade was comprehensively rebuilt and restored, with extensions – including the building's former 27m water town – to the site’s rear, as well as a new 5-storey behind the restored building, complete with a top floor roof terrace space and glass atrium that now links with Belmont Works.

In addition to becoming BCU’s School of Computing, the buildings will contain state-of-the-art Grade A office accommodation, 5G service, laser cutting machinery, virtual reality technology, printing studios, and 3D printers.

Funding for the restoration has helped save this Birmingham gem which included funding from GBSLEP, Enterprize Zone, Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy managed by GBSLEP.

STEAMhouse is set to officially open its doors in 2022, and will first welcome businesses to the premises, as well as students looking to work on industry projects.

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AUGUST 2021

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Photos from Stephen Giles.

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Photos by Elliott Brown.

FEBRUARY 2021 ONWARDS

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AND HOW THE FIRE DAMAGED BELMONT WORKS LOOKED IN 2009-2011

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Photos by Elliott Brown.

 
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Elliott Brown Construction & regeneration
15 Dec 2021 - Elliott Brown
News & Updates

The Exchange | University of Birmingham (formerly the Municipal Bank) - March to December 2021

Delayed photo gallery update to The Exchange, now part of the University of Birmingham (formerly the Birmingham Municipal Bank Headquarters). This update from Daniel and Elliott with photos taken from March to December 2021 (external only, we have yet to visit since it reopened). It opened in Autumn 2021. Enjoy this update, sorry it's months late, Daniel forgot to update it.

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The Exchange | University of Birmingham (formerly the Municipal Bank) - March to December 2021





Delayed photo gallery update to The Exchange, now part of the University of Birmingham (formerly the Birmingham Municipal Bank Headquarters). This update from Daniel and Elliott with photos taken from March to December 2021 (external only, we have yet to visit since it reopened). It opened in Autumn 2021. Enjoy this update, sorry it's months late, Daniel forgot to update it.


The Exchange opened in September 2021, and many people have had a chance to explore it since then, but Birmingham We Are's Daniel Sturley and Elliott Brown have yet to have time to visit it and go inside (other commitments, no time etc). This gallery of photos showing the renovations between March and December 2021. It was completed by the end of August 2021. It sounds like some people have had guided tours of the building. Hopefully Jonathan Bostock will get access for guided tours in 2022?

 

13th March 2021

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14th March 2021

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16th March 2021

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21st March 2021

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25th March 2021

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28th March 2021

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Photos by Daniel Sturley

 

3rd April 2021

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29th April 2021

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16th May 2021

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22nd May 2021

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Photos by Elliott Brown

 

23rd May 2021

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24th July 2021

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Photos by Daniel Sturley

 

13th August 2021

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2nd October 2021

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5th December 2021

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Photos by Elliott Brown

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