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Discover the Birmingham catacombs

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Jewellery Quarter Station Vyse Street

Vyse Street

Jewellery Quarter

Birmingham

B18 6LE

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Discover the Birmingham catacombs in Warstone Lane and Key Hill cemeteries

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We visit the two-tier catacombs.

The druid burial that looks like it should be at Stonehenge

The grave of Alfred Bird of Birds custard

The man who invented tennis.

The inventor of the lightbulb

The JQ connection with the Titanic

The Avery scales family

The printer whose embalmed body was moved around Birmingham.

The walk takes approximately two hours and involves walking over uneven ground, so sturdy footwear and good mobility is recommended. The tour will go ahead unless the weather conditions are deemed unsafe by the met office. Suitable clothing is recommended.

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Jewellery Quarter Station Vyse Street

Vyse Street

Jewellery Quarter

Birmingham

B18 6LE

United Kingdom

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No Refunds

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Organiser Kevin Thomas.

Organiser of Discover the Birmingham catacombs

Kevin Thomas is a photographer based in Kings Heath, Birmingham. His work has been published in The Independent on Sunday magazine and has exhibited at the Avoncroft museum and the Midland Arts Centre. His work is researched-based celebrating the art, architecture and history of Birmingham. The Letterboxes of the Jewellery Quarter exhibition was held at 1000 Trades as part of Birmingham Heritage Week. History from the 50 Exhibition was shown at the Kitchen Garden Cafe. Birmingham Art Deco and William Bloye was exhibited as part of Birmingham heritage week at the Gunmakers Arms. Kevin published a limited edition Photozine FLUX celebrating the architecture of the Jewellery Quarter.
Button & Badges of Birmingham is an Exhibition at The Gunmakers Arms a walking tour and a 29-page Photozine launching on the 6th January 2020

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