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    help Rosen Centre Hotel. Holiday to Rosen Centre Hotel in INTERNATIONAL DRIVE (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) for 7 nights (RO) departing from BHX on 16 Aug heart
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    help Perfectly formed and carefully crafted, this antique white French bed boast natural beauty. Finished with a stylish pinstriped linen fabric, this bed is truly sophisticated. Create an opulent look in your bedroom with this classic sleigh design; working well in a period house or on-trend city centre heart
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    help This book celebrates the unique history of a club where the one thing that has never been in short supply is the passion of its fans. Keep Right on to the End of the Road is the anthem sung by Birmingham City's fans - and few football clubs can have kept going through as many trials, tribulations, and occasional triumphs, as the one which began life in 1875 under the name of Small Heath Alliance. The first English club to become a limited company three years after turning professional in 1885, they've been at their current St Andrew's home since 1906. When Football was Football: Birmingham follows the highs and lows of a century of drama, remembers the players, managers, and back room staff, and most of all the thousands of Bluenoses who have shared the adventure as they Kept Right on to the End of the Road... Product Information:• ISBN: 9780857332042• Author: Ralph Ellis• Publisher: Haynes• Format: Hardback• Pages: 208• Dimensions: 26 x 26 x 2cm heart
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    help Although Birmingham has been a city from the time when Queen Victoria granted city status in 1889 most citizens (Brummies) still refer to Birmingham as a town. When visiting Birmingham city centre from the suburbs the journey is generally known as 'going up town' never down or across, always up. Various attractions have drawn people to Birmingham over the centuries however the most consistent has been to the area of St Martin's Church that includes, following its establishment in 1166 by Peter de Birmingham, the markets. Buildings and venues that change any city centre are recorded in the memory of those that have experienced them. Now a number of changes made to the centre of Birmingham over the last 100 years are also recorded and through the medium of photography, illustrated in this book, providing a permanent history of Birmingham (up town). This paperback book has 96 pages and measures: 23.3 x 16.5 x 0.7cm heart
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    help August 1939. Genie Watkins, a Birmingham kid, would love to have a proper happy family like her Italian friend, Teresa. But Genie hasn't reckoned with the outbreak of war, her already rocky family being split up and the strangely liberating effect it all has on her mother... Under Birmingham skies darkened by blackout Genie shares her fears and hopes with Teresa, keeps her spirits up with her nan and glamorous auntie Lil, and tries to hold her family together. And amid it all, she discovers love... This paperback book has 436 pages and measures: 19.7 x 12.9 x 2.6cm heart
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    help Enjoy the cosmopolitan city of Birmingham by day and by night with this A4 calendar for 2019. Featuring images of its most famous landmarks. Product Information: ISBN: 9781786667113 Large letter envelope included Size: A4 Publisher: Carousel Calendars Format: Paperback Dimensions: 21 x 30cm heart
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    help A history of Birmingham heart
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    help The fascinating selection of more than 180 photographs traces some of the many ways in which the Birmingham Canal Navigations have changed and developed over the last century. The Birmingham canals truly got underway followinmg Aris's Gazette of 26 January 1767. The plan was to take a waterway from Wolverhampton to Birmingham with a branch to Lord Dudley's coal mines near Wednesbury, and this canal network continued to grow extensively until the 1860s. With the decline in the demand for coal after the Second World War, the BCN lost sixty of its miles, but it has neverthelesss largely survived to the present day. R. H. Davies, author of Canal Crimes, takes the reader on a journey from Birmingham along the main line canal through Tipton and Oldbury, exploring the Dudley and Stourbridge canals, and continuing on to Walsall and Wolverhampton. He Concludes with images of canals that have vanished over time and of the Black Country Living Museum, which preserves aspects of life in the Black Country that would otherwise be lost. A fantatsic insight into Birmingham's canal network, brilliant for British history enthusiasts and anyone looking to visit the region. This paperback book has 96 pages and measures: 23.5 16.5 x 0.8cm. heart
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    help Popular guide covering the canals and waterways around Birmingham and central England. Colour Ordnance Survey(R) maps clearly show locks, towpaths and boating facilities. There are also comprehensive navigational notes as well as descriptions of the towns and villages, pubs and restaurants alongside the waterways. heart
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    help Have hours of vehicle themed fun with this awesome City Car Park set, with a 3 storey building and 3 die-cast vehicles too. The operational elevator transports cars up and down the car parks 3 storeys. Features:• Ramp to level 2 & 3• High speed track• Working elevator Product Information:• City Car park• Working elevator• 3 vehicles included• Ages 3+ heart
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    help The Little Book of Birmingham is a funny, fast-paced, fact-packed compendium of the sort of frivolous, fantastic or simply strange information which no-one will want to be without. Here we find out about the city's most unusual crimes and punishments, eccentric inhabitants, famous sons and daughters and literally hundreds of wacky facts. Norman Bartlam's new book gathers together a myriad of data on Brum. There are lots of factual chapters but also plenty of frivolous details which will amuse and surprise. A reference book and a quirky guide, this can be dipped in to time and time again to reveal something you never knew. This is a remarkably engaging little book, and is essential reading for visitors and locals alike. heart
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    help Aberdeen stands on an impressive site between the rivers Dee and Don. Join us on a journey as we travel from the historic Bridge of Dee, at one time the only entrance to the city, along Riverside Drive towards the harbour. From the Castlegate, the administrative heart of the city, we travel to the seafront with its 4 miles of golden sands and retrace our steps into Union Street, the Green and Schoolhill, with their distinctive granite buildings. Product Information:• ISBN: 9781445617473• Format: Paperback• Author: Aberdeen City Council• Publisher: Amberley Books• Pages: 96• Dimensions: 23.4 x 16.4 x 0.8cm heart
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