The Bull Ring has always been at the heart of the city. From its
beginnings as a market place in the 1800s to the innovative shopping
destination of the 1960s, the Bull Ring has seen many changes. The greatest change of all is now
complete after it's opening by city council leader Sir Albert Bore on 4th
Virtualbrum takes a look at the final stage of the development from all
angles that can be seen from public access sites around the building.
Photographs ?www.birminghameconomy.org.uk taken with a Fuji Finepix 2600Z with 3X zoom.
Click on the
photos to enlarge.
Swarovski Birmingham now in Bullring
Crowds gathered watching the multi-cultural entertainment
African drummers and dancers entertain
Looking from New Street Station
St Martin's in the Bull Ring
Carbon fibre Light Wands sway in the wind at the High Street entrance
Statue of Nelson looks over the new Bullring
The centre of the Bullring
Shoppers crowd the new Bullring malls
Robbie, Kylie, Posh n Becks, and Eddie from Ab Fab at the opening of Bullring??
Is that really Posh and Becks? Click to take a better look!
The new 2.3 metre high 5 tonnne bronze bull sculpture
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