Month: November 2006

Application Number: C/03360/05/LBC

Application Number: C/03360/05/LBC  Newhall Street/Charlotte Street, Hockley – former site of Museum of Science & Industry and adjoining car park. Part demolition of existing site buildings and conversion of 144 Newhall Street and the Whitmore warehouse, including extensions, in connection

Former Museum of Science and Industry – Photos by Pete Ashton

On June 24th – 25th the Museum of Lost Heritage invited the public to visit the site of the former Birmingham Museum of Science and Industry at 144 Newhall Street before its transformation into some mixed use malarkey. The building

Demolition of the James Watt Building

The James Watt building was part of the former Science Museum, Birmingham. It housed the oldest working steam engine in the world built by James Watt. The Building was demolished in October 2006.

Brick crushing

The digger dance 😉

The Newhall Square site in 2006

The Newhall Square site in 2006.