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Birmingham Snow Hill Station

Snow Hill Station Entrance, Colmore Row

Birmingham Snow Hill : Brian Wilson

Birmingham Snow Hill Station

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Serving the City's business area and shopping areas. Train/Metro interchange.

Attractions - Shopping, the Great Western Arcade, Birmingham Cathedral; Museums, Art Galleries, Broad Street and Gas Street Basin. The Shakespeare Express.

Address : Colmore Row, Birmingham

Sat Nav : B3 2BJ

Nat Rail Station Info. - Snow Hill >>

Map - Snow Hill station & surroundings >>

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Snow Hill Station looking north

Snow Hill Station looking north a view of the north west of the City and the Jewellery Line & Metro routes

Metro/Tram Interchange with The Shakespeare Line
at Snow Hill - for passengers wanting to go to and from stations to Wolverhampton

Metro Tramcar at Snow Hill station interchange
- this tramcar is appropriately named after Joseph Chamberlain - a celebrated father of the City

Snow Hill Station Train & Metro Interchange

Great Western Arcade restored to its Victorian splendour.
A range of shops and boutiques.
The clock is worth hearing!

Canalside Cafes - near Brindley Place

Canalside near Convention Centre
- G8 summit took 'food & drink' overlooking this area

Gas Street Basin
- heart of the National Canal network,
plenty of pleasant and varied eating houses.

Walk To Centenary Square
- from the Paradise Centre passing Baskerville House
& the Hall of Memory

Chamberlain Square & City Art Gallery
and Birmingham's answer to Big Ben - Big Brum

Birmingham's New Street a traditional shopping area - and the station bearing the name nowhere to be seen!

The Shakespeare - In Birmingham !
A vintage Public House off New Street

Broad Street Cafe & Restaurant
- the area has a variety of restaurants and eating places

Victoria Square - a landscaped area
and fountain outside the Council House

St. Philip's - Birmingham Cathedral
- the churchyard has recently been restored

Birmingham - Tourist Information Centre >>
The Rotunda, 150 New St, Birmingham B2 4PA
0121 202 5099

BeinBirmingham >>
City attractions and tourist information.

Virtual Brum >>
Places of interest in Birmingham
with photographs Past, Present and Future

BirminghamUK >>
Guide to Birmingham

City of Birmingham >>

Further Pictures

See Birmingham Moor Street >>

Shakespeare Express Steam Train >>
Special steam train service operating on Summer Sundays only between Birmingham, Henley & Stratford-upon-Avon. Booking Office does not sell tickets for steam trains. Pre-book or buy on the platform from Vintage Trains staff.

Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery >>
including Sarehole Mill, Hall Green

Birmingham Heritage Forum >>
Association interested in the heritage of Birmingham and its surroundings

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