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- Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands county of England.
- Birmingham is an important centre for musical education as the home of the Birmingham Conservatoire, founded in 1859.
- Birmingham is a Scout County and part of the Scout Association of the United Kingdom.
- Birmingham is the second largest, both in terms of the city itself and its urban conurbation.
- Birmingham is the largest of England's core cities, and is often considered to be the second city of the United Kingdom.
- August 15 – The Birmingham Six are wrongfully sentenced to life imprisonment in Great Britain.
- British Standard Wire Gauge A modification of the Birmingham Wire Gauge and the legal standard of Great Britain for all wires.
- Granted leave to remain in Britain he became Professor of Physics at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England.
- A 158-YEAR history of train building at Alstom Transport's Washwood Heath plant in Birmingham, Britain, will come to an end next year.
- In 1980, the Fairfield Four from the '40s was reunited for a concert in Birmingham, Alabama, by Black gospel specialist Doug Seroff.
- By this time the Birmingham & Fazeley Canal had been built along its intended route.
- The Grand Junction Canal was to be a quicker and more direct route from London to Birmingham.
- CrossCountry operate trains through Birmingham to Manchester, the north east of England, and Scotland.
- Pre-book secured airport parking at many UK airports along with Gatwick including Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and Birmingham.
- Oxford City attracts the 6th highest number of international visitors in the UK, second only to London, Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.
- The Grand Union Canal was then a recent development (its formation by merger was in 1929) and the line to Birmingham was being modernised with locks widened.
- The Worcester and Birmingham Canal cuts through tunnels and many locks on its descent to Worcester.
- The canal starts right in the heart of central Birmingham, dropping through 13 locks in less than a mile at Farmer's Bridge by the Post Office Tower.
- There was competition to build a better connection between Birmingham and London, avoiding the length of the Thames from Oxford.
- He became Principal of the Birmingham and Midland Institute school of music in 1900.[ 2] He was a close friend of fellow composer Havergal Brian.
- Chamberlain was the eldest son from Birmingham Mayor Joseph Chamberlain 's second marriage and half-brother to Sir Austen Chamberlain.
- Isaiah Young-Sam died on a night of riots in Birmingham They were stopped in Dubai en route to Pakistan and returned to Britain where they were arrested.
- HMS Birmingham - Birmingham Named for a county borough and city of north-west Warwickshire.
- This canal provided a more direct route between Birmingham and Bristol.
- John Taylor (born Nigel John Taylor on June 20, 1960 in Birmingham, England) is the bass guitarist and co-founder of Duran Duran.
- In June, Maria made a statement on the grass at Birmingham by winning the singles and doubles titles.
- In June, she reached her first grass court final at Birmingham, but lost to Maria Sharapova 6–2, 4–6, 6–1.
- A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Williams and his lifelong best friend Eddie Kendricks moved to Detroit, Michigan as teenagers.
- Emmylou Harris (born April 2, 1947) is a country music singer, songwriter and musician from Birmingham, Alabama, USA.
- Jerry Yester (b 9 January 1943, in Birmingham, Alabama, USA) is an American folk rock musician, record producer, arranger.
- Muff Winwood (born Mervyn Winwood, 15 June 1943, Erdington, Birmingham) is an English songwriter and record producer, and the brother of Steve Winwood.
- Rugby is served by the West Coast Main Line railway, and has services to London - Birmingham and the North West of England.
- There are nine or more services a day from the airport to London, Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin and Durham Tees Valley.
- In 1992, Kelley donated his services on a recording titled "Mr President," produced by Ray Reach to benefit the homeless in the Birmingham, Alabama area.
- The M40 motorway is easily reached, connecting to either London or Birmingham in about 1 hour.
- There are usually 3 trains an hour between High Wycombe and London Marylebone and 1 train an hour between High Wycombe and Birmingham.
- This forms the northern terminus of the Birmingham Cross-City Line, and is served by two trains an hour, every day of the week.
- This included her first tournament win on grass, at the DFS Classic in Birmingham, England.
- On grass, Janković captured the DFS Classic title in Birmingham, beating top-seeded Maria Sharapova in the final.
- On grass, Janković withdrew from the DFS Classic in Birmingham, United Kingdom because of an arm injury sustained during the French Open.
- Two other women's warm-up tournaments for Wimbledon include Birmingham and Eastbourne, both of which are in England.
- Sharapova plans to prepare for the French Open by playing Charleston and Madrid, and immediately after Paris, she will compete at Birmingham and Wimbledon.
- Leading up to Wimbledon, Sharapova won her third career title at the DFS Classic in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
- But while Kournikova has never won a tour singles title, Sharapova has won three, including the Wimbledon warmup tournament in Birmingham, England.
- But Sharapova stayed on course for a fourth title of the year after victories in Tokyo, Doha and Birmingham with an easy win over the 39th-ranked Asagoe.
- These photos are on the section of the Birmingham & Fazeley Canal between Tyburn, Castle Vale and Brindley Place in Birmingham city centre.
- There is a statue of Hebe, by Robert Thomas; (1966), in Birmingham city centre, England.
- Step into the Academy of Birmingham Cosmetic Dentistry and experience high quality affordable dentistry in the heart of Birmingham City Centre.
- Entries for places people might try (such as London, Birmingham, Manchester) which refer them to the places actually present within the area.
- For other uses, please see Birmingham, Alabama or other places named Birmingham.
- Similar are the Birmingham and North Shields renters who reject Castle Vale and Meadow Well as places to live.
- Equally it covers beautiful countryside as well as such cities as Birmingham and Worcester.
- In particular, there is now a significant Albanian community in the United Kingdom, in cities such as Birmingham and Manchester.
- Lou Anders is originally from Birmingham, Alabama, but has lived in multiple cities in several states.
- Ten-year solid training made her explode at the 2003 World Championships in Birmingham, Britain, where she claimed her first world title at the age of 28.
- While she was in England in 1908, Paul heard Christabel Pankhurst speak at the University of Birmingham.
- Birmingham have signed midfielder Fabrice Muamba on a permanent basis from Arsenal.
- CRS code: BMO BIRMINGHAM SNOW HILL (79 images) The former GWR station in Birmingham; closed, demolished and finally reopened in 1987.
- CRS code: IPS JEWELLERY QUARTER (20 images) Jewellery Quarter station was opened in 1995 when the line from Birmingham Snow Hill to Smethwick was reopened.
- CRS code: BKQ. BIRMINGHAM MOOR STREET (103 images) A station which has seen a dramatic change of fortune.
- Talladega is approximately 50 miles east of Birmingham, Alabama.
- The Alabama Gang was the nickname for a group of NASCAR drivers who set up shop and operated out of Hueytown, Alabama, near Birmingham, Alabama.
- POP-11 is a powerful reflective programming language developed as part of the Poplog programming environment by the Universities of Birmingham and Sussex.
- Poplog is a powerful multi- language reflective programming environment, originally created in the UK for use at the Universities of Birmingham and Sussex.
- Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Daniel Wallace is the author of three outstanding novels.
- Daniel Wallace is a native of Birmingham where he graduated from Altamont School.
- Daniel Wallace was born and raised in Mountain View, a suburb of Birmingham.
- These pictures show the length of canal in question, looking towards Fazeley Junction as if cruised out of Birmingham from Minworth Lock 1 to Lock 2.
- At Fazeley Junction we joined the Warwick Ring and turned onto the Birmingham & Fazley canal and headed for Birmingham, well skirting around the edge of it.
- For the other thresholds, the largest test statistic was found for the most densely populated county in Alabama: Jefferson, the county seat being Birmingham.
- HP Sauce is a popular brown sauce produced in Birmingham, England.
- He was the eldest son of the second marriage of Joseph Chamberlain, Lord Mayor of Birmingham, and a half-brother to Austen, later Sir Austen.
- The papers of Joseph Chamberlain and other members of the Chamberlain family are housed at the University of Birmingham.
- The CBO became a full time organisation in 1944, changing its name to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in 1948.
- In the same year, the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra absorbed the Alabama Pops Orchestra, which had Walter Moeck as its conductor.
- Simon Rattle, who had championed Goldschmidt's music in Birmingham, was keen to conduct something of his in the Proms.
- The conservatoire has strong links with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra whose former conductor, Simon Rattle, is the conservatoire's president.
- Banbury is also served by CrossCountry services between Birmingham New Street and Reading.
- From Banbury the route continues to Birmingham.
- The city of Birmingham in central England has started its own campaign to claim the origin of "balti," another dish popular throughout Britain.
- James Oliver Vaughan (born 14 July 1988 in Birmingham) is an English footballer, who currently plays for Leicester City on loan from Everton.
- Alex Bruce (born September 28, 1984 in Manchester) is an English footballer who currently plays for Tranmere Rovers, on loan from Birmingham City.
- They managed to stay strong in the West of England, Birmingham (the centre of Joseph Chamberlain's power base) and Scotland.
- The WR also had some territory changes over its existence, acquiring some ex-LMS lines in South Wales and west of Birmingham.
- It is about ten minutes' walk to the west of the city centre, and on the line linking Reading with Birmingham New Street.
- This coalfield, ministering to the multifarious metal manufactures of Birmingham, constitutes the centre of the Midlands.
- The Birmingham to Peterborough Line is an important railway line in the United Kingdom, linking the Midlands to East Anglia.
- It links the canal system of the Midlands, centred on Birmingham, with the River Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal at Ellesmere Port, Cheshire.
- Sharapova won the third title of her career at the Wimbledon warm-up DFS Classic in Birmingham, United Kingdom, defeating Tatiana Golovin in the final.
- On grass leading up to Wimbledon, Sharapova won the tournament in Birmingham, United Kingdom, defeating Tatiana Golovin in the final.
- On grass at the DFS Classic in Birmingham, United Kingdom, Sharapova lost in the final to second seeded Jelena Janković 4-6, 6-3, 7-5.
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* Birmingham Conservatoire
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* Coventry Canal
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* Former English Footballer
* Grand Junction
* Grand Union Canal
* James Andrews
* James Hinks
* James Watt
* Jason Lyons
* Judas Priest
* Leamington Spa
* Lunar Society
* M40 Motorway
* Main Line
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* National Express
* North Midland Railway
* Oxford Canal
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