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Curzon Street Station
Ranked #152 of 264 things to do in Birmingham
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Owner description: This neo-classical building (circa 1838) stands as a monument to the golden age of railway architecture, when buildings were constructed not only for their function, but for their looks.
Reviewed August 6, 2018

quite good' if you like museums.public house house opposite sells a good selection of real ale'.plus quite close to birmingham town centre.

Thank Robert R
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Reviewed May 5, 2018

But it's going to be very big indeed! This is the site of the new HS2 - and it's the site of the original Birmingham railway terminus. Great heritage building - so glad it's still here.

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Reviewed March 9, 2017

This historic station now stands in a wilderness of demolished buildings and has clearly seen better days. If it eventually gets used as part of a new station for HS2 then I hope that the whole surrounding area is tidied up and made a little more attractive than it is at present. So far as I could see, it is unused and locked up.

Thank Michael C
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Reviewed November 23, 2016 via mobile

A lovely old station that is destined to be part of the HS2 terminal in digbeth. No doubt it will get the attention it deserves once that happens.

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Reviewed May 16, 2016

Curzon Street Station in Birmingham is the Station that saw the arrival of the first train to the City from London on 17th September 1838, a plaque commemorates the 150th Anniversary of this on the front of the building... The building sits boarded up and in grounds that are used by graffiti artists and left to decay. The architecture and scale of this historic Birmingham Landmark is just great and I could see this building as a character hotel / fine restaurant. It's well worth a walk by and photo.

Thank Roberts69
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