Tuesday, June 29, 2004


Communication Row. The south end near it's junction with Bishopsgate Street.

 Communication Row. The carpark of the club opposite sports a mine, a field-gun and a torpedo. (Are the customers THAT rowdy?)

                    Looking along Communication Row. The Post Office tower is visible in the distance.

 Looking back along Communication Row. Any housing that was here has been replaced by offices or light industry. The railway line to the South West is behind the wall to the left.

 Communication Row. A printers works occupies the corner at the north end of the row.

The north end of Communication Row where it meets Holliday Street and William Street.

I travelled across town to Saltley to find St Saviours Church.

 St Saviours Church taken from the front driveway of the clergy house. The church grounds are extremely well manicured.

 The Calvary at St Saviours Church.

 St Saviours Church. A photograph taken through a hole in the railings (all the access gates to the graveyard were padlocked). The graveyard is heavily overgrown.

 St Saviours Church. A few proud headstones rise above the undergrowth.

Saltley Baptist Church on George Arthur Road, Saltley.

Looking along Ralph Road towards Alum Rock Road.
 Photo: Wendy Partridge. 

 St Saviours Church, viewed from Ralph Road. 
Photo: Wendy Partridge.

St Saviours Church from the graveyard. 
Photo: Wendy Partridge.