In my last post, I wrote about our recent weekend visit to Birmingham.
On the Sunday, while Hub was enjoying his second day at the Warley National Model Railway Exhibition, I met up with a friend who lives near by.
We spent the morning on a tour around the fascinating Back to Backs preservation area.
An amazing site, these types of buildings are an iconic part of Birmingham’s working-class history. The National Trust has restored the last courtyard still standing, to reflect the lives of people living there in the 1840s, 1870s, 1930s and 1970s.
Understandably, we were requested not to take photographs of interiors, but here are some images of the exteriors: