Fordhouse Lane

Local History

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Stirchley Village New Bridge, Fordhouse Lane. Stirchley. c.1920, showing the bridge over the River Rea. This bridge has now been replaced by a plain brick structure, though the river bank and walkway still retain a rural feel. In the background is a distant view of the embankment of the Camp Hill to Kings Norton railway line.
Fordhouse Lane approx 1957, and again around 1910

Hazelwell Hall

Corner of Pershore and Ash Tree Road in the fifties

Taft cars
Taft Cars Pershore Road / Hazelwell Lane, 1969

Friends Meeting House

The Village Blacksmith outside the Smithy next to the Three Horseshoes
three horse shoes
Three Horse Shoes
date not known
Fordhouse Lane, River Rea 1920
New Bridge, Fordhouse Lane
c. 1920
Fordhouse Lane
Fordhouse Lane c. 1914
The British Oak Public House.before being demolished

The original British Oak
before being demolished
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