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Birmingham Pubs and Heritage with the Victorian Society - take our trail

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The trail takes in the following venues of historical interest and importance to the city of Birmingham.

Start at The Cozy Club (junction of Bennett's Hill and Waterloo Street).

Photography by Daniel Sturley

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Move on to The Wellington (Bennett's Hill)

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Move on to The Old Joint Stock Pub & Theatre (Temple Row)

The Old Joint Stock

Photography by Elliott Brown

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Move on to The Old Royal (Junction of Church Street and Cornwall Street)

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Finish the trail at The Old Contemptibles (Junction of Edmund Street and Livery Street)

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We hope you enjoyed this trail taking in some great buildings and some great ales. 

For more on the Victorian Society go HERE.

 










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