BT Tower (Birmingham) :: Shared Description

The BT Tower (formerly known as the Post Office Tower and the GPO Tower) is a landmark in Birmingham, and is also the tallest building in the city. The tower became operational in 1966 and is 499ft high.
by N Chadwick
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SP0687 : BT Tower by N Chadwick
SP0787 : Barker Bridge by N Chadwick
SP0687 : British Telecom Tower by N Chadwick
SP0687 : BT Tower by N Chadwick
SP0687 : BT Tower, Birmingham by N Chadwick
SP0687 : BT Tower by N Chadwick
SP0687 : BT Tower Birmingham viewed from the Jewellery Quarter by Jaggery
SP0687 : Newhall Square, Birmingham by habiloid
SP0687 : BT Tower by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Augusta Street View by Gordon Griffiths
SP0687 : Birmingham & Fazeley Canal by N Chadwick
SP0687 : Lionel Street, Birmingham by habiloid
SP0687 : Snow Hill Railway Bridge & BT Tower by N Chadwick
SP0787 : Barker Bridge, Birmingham and Fazeley Canal by habiloid
SP0687 : BT Tower seen from Great Charles Street Queensway (A4400), Birmingham by habiloid
SP0687 : Lock No.5 and BT Tower by N Chadwick
SP0687 : BT Tower by N Chadwick


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Created: Tue, 27 Sep 2011, Updated: Tue, 27 Sep 2011

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