Tag Archives: Duddeston Viaduct

A Spring in my Step

It has been a while, but it’s Spring and new growth has inspired me to share a few photographs taken around Digbeth since last Summer. Hopefully the photographs speak for themselves. There is beauty everywhere.    

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Digbeth Viaduct Illuminations

When: Friday 26 and Saturday 27 September, 18:00-22:00 Where: 119 Floodgate St, Digbeth, B5 5SU (ex-AJ Wild factory) A group of artists are getting together this weekend to play homage to the working viaducts over Digbeth, while re-lighting enthusiasm for … Continue reading

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Birmingham Curzon HS2 Draft Masterplan

On Thursday 27th February, Birmingham City Council (BCC) unveiled the Birmingham Curzon HS2 Draft Masterplan. The Masterplan shows how Birmingham hopes to integrate HS2 into the fabric of the city, by creating infrastructure for HS2 around Digbeth before the new … Continue reading

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Viaduct

Sculptor Rich White is working on a special, one-off, newspaper about the Duddeston viaduct which runs through Digbeth. Unfinished and abandoned in 1848, the viaduct runs from Bordesley Station to the corner of Montague Road. Viaduct will be a free … Continue reading

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The Duddeston Viaduct exhibition at The Custard Factory

It’s not just the Digbeth Residents’ Association who are thinking of interesting things to do with the Duddeston Viaduct (the unsed viaduct which runs through Digbeth). On Tuesday 7th June an exhibition of proposals for the viaduct, made by four … Continue reading

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