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Images of Birmingham Buses
By
Robert DeLoyde

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A bus struggling to get up Hill Street

 

 

 

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Stephenson Street
in the snow

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A bus struggling to get up Pinfold Street

 

 

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Snow scene in New Street

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Snow at Night
Looking up Temple Street

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Snow Hill
(sad or what)
 

 

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The Bull Ring Bus Station

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In the snow looking up New Street
(I feel sorry for the Copper)

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Looking down New Street
Now just a memory

 

 

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"Broad Street"
before the change

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"Masshouse Car Park"
Remember these single deckers

 

 

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"Single Decker"
at Colmore Circus

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"New St in the snow"
Looking toward the Town Hall

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"Liverpool Street Garage"
Compound

 

 



Birmingham and Midland Museum of Trasport

These photographs were contributed by local photographer  Robert DeLoyde

 

The photo is of St Martins Terrace, off St Lukes Road, Balsall Heath,  Birmingham, in the photo is my late mother and of me, aged 2?

Wanted  any information  on a Hugh  D`LOYDE   1860`s
anywhere in the U.K.  or any of the following D`LOYDE,  D`LOYD  DE`LOYDE,   DELLOYDE, or St Martin's Terrace Balsall Heath.
If you have anything  that be of use to  me then please let  me know   many  thanks ,

Email Robert Deloyde

 

 
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