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Birmingham is the second largest city in England and is located in the West Midlands region and has a population of over 1.1 million people

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Background imageBirmingham Collection: Stairwell, University of Birmingham a98_05526

Stairwell, University of Birmingham a98_05526
Department of Commerce and Social Science, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands. Interior view. Looking up a stairwell towards the domed ceiling in the Department of

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Entrance to Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham

Entrance to Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, West Midlands. Date: circa 1908

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Church of St Martin in the Bull Ring, Birmingham, West Midlands, 1887

Church of St Martin in the Bull Ring, Birmingham, West Midlands, 1887. The church was originally built in the 13th century

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Odeon cinema, Birmingham BB87_03100

Odeon cinema, Birmingham BB87_03100
ODEON CINEMA, Kettlehouse, Kingstanding, Birmingham, West Midlands. Exterior view. 1930s photograph taken by John Maltby

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Chamberlain Square, Birmingham BL01421_A

Chamberlain Square, Birmingham BL01421_A
CHAMBERLAIN SQUARE, Birmingham, West Midlands. This civic fountain was erected in 1880 by public subscription in gratitude for Joseph Chamberlains time as mayor (1873-6)

Background imageBirmingham Collection: A candle-lit dinner for two at the Martini International Restaurant in Holloway Bank

A candle-lit dinner for two at the Martini International Restaurant in Holloway Bank, Wednesbury, west Midlands. 6th February, 1979

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Birmingham University 21103_02

Birmingham University 21103_02
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, West Midlands. The University with the Chamberlain Tower in the centre of a group of buildings arranged in a D shape

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1940s

Birmingham Snow Hill Station, c. 1940s
A view of Birmingham Snow Hill station, c.1940s, showing platform No.8 and a few passengers strolling along

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Aston Villa v Santos. Pictured, Pele coming on to the pitch. 21st February 1972

Aston Villa v Santos. Pictured, Pele coming on to the pitch. 21st February 1972

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Aerial view of Villa Park football stadium, home to Aston Villa Football Club

Aerial view of Villa Park football stadium, home to Aston Villa Football Club. 25th August 1968

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Bomb damage, Birmingham 1942 OP09006

Bomb damage, Birmingham 1942 OP09006
HIGHGATE ROAD, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, West Midlands. Bomb damage photographed by James Nelson, 29th July 1942

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Smithfield Market, Birmingham c. 1890s OP09004

Smithfield Market, Birmingham c. 1890s OP09004
SMITHFIELD MARKET, Birmingham, West Midlands. A corner of Smithfield Market c.1890s. A steam tram travels down Moat Row towards Smithfield Street

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Exterior view of the entrance to Villa Park football stadium

Exterior view of the entrance to Villa Park football stadium, home to Aston Villa Football Club. 1st August 1969

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Postcode District Map sheet 2 South East England and Midlands

Postcode District Map sheet 2 South East England and Midlands
This postcode district map (sheet 2) displays the complete first half, or Outward Code, of the Postcode (eg OX8) for Southeast England & the Midlands covering from Nottingham in the north to the Isle

Background imageBirmingham Collection: New University, Selly Oak, Birmingham, West Midlands

New University, Selly Oak, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Central Library and Town Hall, Birmingham DP180935

Central Library and Town Hall, Birmingham DP180935
Central Library, Paradise Circus, Birmingham, West Midlands. October 2013. General view of John Madins Brutalist Central Library (now demolished) in context with the cityscape

Background imageBirmingham Collection: St Pauls Birmingham 18492_07

St Pauls Birmingham 18492_07
St Pauls Church, St Pauls Square, Birmingham, West Midlands. Built in 1776-9 to the designs of Roger Eykyn as the centrepiece of a fine square of town houses built for merchants

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Town Hall, Birmingham 1941 a42_00745

Town Hall, Birmingham 1941 a42_00745
TOWN HALL, Birmingham, West Midlands. View of the Town Hall with banner covering one side, promoting Warship Week, October 18th - 26th. England expects our city to subscribe £ 10, 000, 000

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Town Hall, Birmingham 1913 OP09003

Town Hall, Birmingham 1913 OP09003
TOWN HALL, Birmingham, West Midlands. Exterior view in 1913. The Greek Revival building was opened in 1834

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Birmingham Law Courts BL11046

Birmingham Law Courts BL11046
VICTORIA LAW COURTS, Corporation Street, Birmingham, West Midlands. Interior view of The Great Hall at the Victoria Law Courts

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Blue sky reflected in glass tower block DP069226

Blue sky reflected in glass tower block DP069226
Blue sky reflected in glass tower block with gas lamp in foreground, Broad Street, Birmingham, West Midlands

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Joseph Tangye (1826-1902) on a velocipede, probably Wolverhampton, West Midlands. Around 1870

Joseph Tangye (1826-1902) on a velocipede, probably Wolverhampton, West Midlands. Around 1870
The velocipede in the photograph is very similar to the one in the collection of the Royal Cornwall Museum (TRURI : 1937.34)

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Cover design, Western Airways timetable

Cover design, Western Airways timetable
Cover design, Western Airways summer timetable, showing a map with destinations: Manchester, Birmingham, Swansea, Cardiff, Bristol, Weston, Barnstaple, Newquay and Penzance. 1939

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Incorporation Workhouse, Birmingham, West Midlands

Incorporation Workhouse, Birmingham, West Midlands
Aerial view of the Birmingham Incorporation (later Union) Workhouse, opened in 1852 on Western Road, Birmingham. The workhouse, designed by J.J

Background imageBirmingham Collection: General view of Birmingham, West Midlands, England (engraving)

General view of Birmingham, West Midlands, England (engraving)
KW1078128 General view of Birmingham, West Midlands, England (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: General view of Birmingham, West Midlands)

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Grand Central Concourse, Birmingham New Street Station, Birmingham, West Midlands

Grand Central Concourse, Birmingham New Street Station, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Bullring Shopping area, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Bullring Shopping area, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBirmingham Collection: BSA Factory, Small Heath, Birmingham. 15th March 1973

BSA Factory, Small Heath, Birmingham. 15th March 1973

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Webley & Scott, gun makers in Birmingham, West Midlands

Webley & Scott, gun makers in Birmingham, West Midlands. Their original premises was in Weaman Street, Birmingham, until they moved to a modern factory in West Bromwich in 1958

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Library of Birmingham DP180932

Library of Birmingham DP180932
Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, West Midlands. General view of south and east elevations at twilight

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Weoley Castle 21103_07

Weoley Castle 21103_07
Weoley Castle, Birmingham, West Midlands. A licence to crenellate was granted to Roger de Somery in 1264 and a roughly rectangular moated site was built

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Birmingham Central Library DP137657

Birmingham Central Library DP137657
Birmingham Central Library, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham, West Midlands. General view of library (now demolished), from the north pediment of the Town Hall

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Engine production line at the BSA Factory, Small Heath, Birmingham. 15th March 1973

Engine production line at the BSA Factory, Small Heath, Birmingham. 15th March 1973

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Vaino Myllyrinne the worlds tallest man whos height is recorded at 8 feet 3

Vaino Myllyrinne the worlds tallest man whos height is recorded at 8 feet 3 inches is seen here attending the wedding of Pat Collins in Birmingham. 13th July 1939

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Birmingham City v Middlesbrough. Final score 1-0 to Birmingham City. FA Cup Quarter-final

Birmingham City v Middlesbrough. Final score 1-0 to Birmingham City. FA Cup Quarter-final. Played at St Andrews Stadium. 8th March 1975

Background imageBirmingham Collection: This old corner cafe in Aston, Birmingham, West Midlands, is still open for business

This old corner cafe in Aston, Birmingham, West Midlands, is still open for business, but behind it, 1971 is on the march and soon the little cafe will be swallowed up. 4th March 1971

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Peaky Blinders Captured on Camera

Peaky Blinders Captured on Camera
This is an eye catching and fascinating glimpse into the villainous lives of the Birmingham men who would be known as the Peaky Class

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Court Oak Road, Harborne, Birmingham, West Midlands

Court Oak Road, Harborne, Birmingham, West Midlands, with a shop and Post Office on the corner of Earls Court Road. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Cloisters at Birmingham General Hospital BL14826

Cloisters at Birmingham General Hospital BL14826
BIRMINGHAM GENERAL HOSPITAL, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham Small Heath, Birmingham, West Midlands. View along the cloisters at Birmingham General Hospital. Photographed by Harry Bedford Lemere, May 1898

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Light bulb, J. W. Evans N080197

Light bulb, J. W. Evans N080197
J.W.EVANS, 52-57 Albion Street, Birmingham, West Midlands. Interior detail. No.57 Jackson Office. Detail of electric light fitting

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Fire Alarm, J. W. Evans N080194

Fire Alarm, J. W. Evans N080194
J.W.EVANS, 52-57 Albion Street, Birmingham, West Midlands. Interior detail. No.54 entrance passage. Detail of red fire alarm switch

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Press day at the BMC works at Longbridge, Birmingham, West Midlands

Press day at the BMC works at Longbridge, Birmingham, West Midlands. Pictured, Patrick Edwards, sitting in the smallest of the BMC cars, leads the parade of new vehicles on show for the first time

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Town Hall, Victoria Square, Birmingham, West Midlands, 11th September 1973

Town Hall, Victoria Square, Birmingham, West Midlands, 11th September 1973

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Austin Mini body shells are spray painted in the paint shop on production line at

Austin Mini body shells are spray painted in the paint shop on production line at Longbridge. 10th March 1963

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Scene in the Birmingham No Popery riots, 1868 (1906)

Scene in the Birmingham No Popery riots, 1868 (1906). Rioting broke out after a lecture by the anti-Catholic campaigner William Murphy. From Cassells History of England, Vol. VI

Background imageBirmingham Collection: View of Bull Ring Market, Birmingham, West Midlands

View of Bull Ring Market, Birmingham, West Midlands
View of the Bull Ring Market, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK. Date: circa 1905

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Boxer, Jimmy Moran celebrates his Commonwealth Games gold medal with friends at the Bell

Boxer, Jimmy Moran celebrates his Commonwealth Games gold medal with friends at the Bell Inn pub, Headless Cross, Redditch. Pictured with his mother Maureen. 3rd August 1986

Background imageBirmingham Collection: Carpet Traders Limited, Kidderminster. A woman worker seen here operating one of

Carpet Traders Limited, Kidderminster. A woman worker seen here operating one of the countless looms in the Axminster department. 18th April 1933



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Birmingham Collection

Birmingham is the second largest city in England and is located in the West Midlands region and has a population of over 1.1 million people, making it one of the most populous cities in Europe. A rich history, having been founded as early as the 6th century and being an important industrial center during the Industrial Revolution. The city is home to numerous cultural attractions, including museums, galleries and theatres, as well as popular shopping areas such as Bullring Shopping Centre and Grand Central Birmingham. It also boasts a vibrant nightlife scene with plenty of bars, clubs and restaurants to choose from. With its diverse culture, rich history and vibrant atmosphere, it's no wonder why one of England's most popular tourist destinations.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Birmingham collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the beauty and charm of this historic city in West Midlands England. Our collection features breathtaking images captured by talented photographers who have expertly captured the essence of Birmingham's rich culture and heritage. From iconic landmarks such as the Bullring Shopping Centre and Victoria Square to picturesque canalside views and bustling streetscapes, there is something for everyone in this diverse collection. Each piece has been carefully curated to offer a unique perspective on this vibrant city. Whether you're looking to add some character to your home decor or searching for the perfect gift for someone special, the Birmingham collection from Media Storehouse offers an exceptional range of high-quality products that are sure to impress. With so many options available including different sizes and framing options, it's easy to find exactly what you need.
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What are Birmingham (West Midlands England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Birmingham art prints are artistic representations of the city of Birmingham, located in the West Midlands region of England, United Kingdom. These prints showcase the beauty and charm of this vibrant city through various mediums such as paintings, photographs, and illustrations. The prints capture iconic landmarks like the Bullring shopping center, Selfridges building, Victoria Square fountain, and many more. These art prints are perfect for anyone who loves Birmingham or has a connection to it. They make great gifts for friends or family members who have moved away from the area but still hold fond memories of their time there. Additionally, these art prints can be used to decorate homes or offices with a touch of local flair. We offer a wide range of Birmingham art prints that cater to different tastes and preferences. Whether you prefer black-and-white photography or colorful illustrations, you'll find something that suits your style on their website.
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What Birmingham (West Midlands England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Birmingham art prints that capture the essence and beauty of this vibrant city in the West Midlands region of England. These art prints showcase various landmarks, attractions, and iconic buildings such as the Bullring Shopping Centre, Selfridges building, St. Martin's Church, Victoria Square fountain, Cadbury World chocolate factory, Aston Villa Football Club stadium and many more. In addition to these popular sights and scenes from around Birmingham city centre and suburbs like Edgbaston or Selly Oak; Media Storehouse also has a collection of vintage photographs depicting life in Birmingham during different eras. These nostalgic images offer a glimpse into the past with black-and-white photos showing old street scenes or historic events. Whether you are looking for contemporary artwork or classic photography that captures the spirit of Birmingham; Media Storehouse has something for everyone. With their extensive selection of high-quality art prints available in various sizes and formats; you can easily find one that suits your style preferences perfectly.
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The cost of Birmingham art prints from Media Storehouse may vary depending on the size, style, and type of print. However, you can expect to find a range of affordable options that suit their budget. The company offers a vast collection of high-quality art prints featuring iconic landmarks and scenes from Birmingham and other parts of West Midlands England United Kingdom Europe. Whether you are looking for black and white or colorful prints, there is something for everyone at Media Storehouse. You can choose from various finishes such as glossy or matte paper to enhance the overall look and feel of their artwork. Additionally, the company provides framing services that allow customers to customize their artwork further. With so many options available, it's easy to find an art print that fits your taste and budget at Media Storehouse without compromising quality.
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Your Birmingham art prints from Media Storehouse will be delivered to you through a reliable and secure delivery service. The company ensures that all orders are carefully packaged to prevent any damage during transit. Your prints will be rolled up in a sturdy tube, which is then placed inside a protective cardboard box for added security. The delivery process is hassle-free, and you can track your order online using the tracking number provided by Media Storehouse. Once your package arrives at your doorstep, it's essential to inspect it thoroughly before signing off on the delivery note. If you're not satisfied with the condition of your artwork or notice any damages, contact Media Storehouse immediately so they can rectify the issue as soon as possible. Rest assured that your Birmingham art prints will be delivered safely and securely to you by our trusted courier partners.