Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Birmingham Curzon Street

The loss of the Euston Arch is mourned by many, but its equivalent in Birmingham still stands.

Birmingham Curzon Street (originally plain Birmingham) was the other terminus of the original London and Birmingam Railway. It finally closed to goods traffic in 1966.

Very uses have been proposed for it, but at present it looks as though it will be incorporated into the Birmingham station on HS2.

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