Saturday, July 05, 2014
Views Around Birmingham City Centre, England - 3rd July, 2014
http://ift.tt/1vIEnRW Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands of England. It is the most populous British city outside London with 1,092,330 residents. This film features views around the city centre on a walk from the Bullring to the National Indoor Arena, it identifies the art, architecture, infrastructure and streets of the city along with some cultural icons. Identified locations and features within the video are as follows: Bullring Car Park, St. Martin in the Bullring, St. Martin's Walk, Bullring Shopping Centre, Stephenson Street, New Street Station, Birmingham Metro tracks, Waterstones, Cannon Street, Burlington Arcade, New Street, Piccadilly Arcade, New Street, Cathedral Church of St. Philip, The Old Joint Stock, Temple Row West, Colmore Row, NatWest Tower, Birmingham Carers Centre, Waterloo Street, World War I Themed Floral Display, The Council House, The River & Youth, The Iron Man, Victoria Square, Queen Victoria Statue, Town Hall, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Joseph Chamberlain Memorial, Priestley Statue, Watt Statue, Chamberlain House, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Baskerville House, Edward VII Statue, Baskerville House, Hall of Memory, Library of Birmingham, Views from the Library of Birmingham Terraces over the city, Centenary Square, The Rotunda, Broad Street, Boulton, Watt & Murdoch Statue on Broad Street (the golden boys), The Cube, Galton Tower, Norton Tower, Crescent Tower, Cambridge Tower, Cambrian Hall, Brindley Drive Car Park, Symphony Hall, Birmingham Canal Navigations, Cambrian Wharf, Summer Row, Birmingham and Fazeley Canal, The Flapper, National Indoor Arena, International Convention Centre, and the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.