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English: The 1896 Victorian terracotta Bell Edison Telephone Building - 17 & 19 Newhall Street, Birmingham, England. A grade I listed building designed by Frederick Martin of the firm Martin & Chamberlain. Now offices for firms of architects. Photographed by me 10 May 2006. Oosoom
Date 2006-05-15 (original upload date)
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52° 28′ 53.40″ N, 1° 54′ 6.48″ W

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