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E, Ensley, 1926 Blessed Sacrament Academy 1525 Cotton Ave. S, Five Points Area, 1926 Reed-Jemison-Riddle House 888 Twin Lakes Dr., 1816-1820 Rickwood Field 1137 Second Ave.
1872, 11 structures Owen Plantation House Eastern Valley Rd, Bessemer, 1838 Parham Apothecary 410-60th St., Fairfield, 1949 Quinlan Castle 2030 Ninth Ave. Vulcan Statue Red Mountain at 20th St., 1904, Historic American Engineering Record documentation: statue and park, 1993-4 West End Masonic Temple, 1346 Tuscaloosa Ave., 1926 Windham Construction Co.
For the most up-to-date listings see the National Register website: Birmingham has two sites listed as nationally significant properties on the National Register and also as National Historic Landmarks. Bethel Baptist Church, Collegeville- headquarters church for the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement led by the Rev. KEY * indicates a locally designated district with design review guidelines govern-ing major rehabilitation, construction and demolition c = contributing property nc = non-contributing property cc = conditionally contributing property City of Birmingham stations, located throughout the city, including No.3-Highland Ave, No.6-15th St., No.10-Woodlawn, No.1-13th St., Downtown West; No.12-57th St., Woodlawn; No.15-Steiner Ave., West End; No. I, Ensley; No.19-Division Ave., East Lake; No.22, Clairmont Ave., Lakeview, built 1906-1928. 1900, 1924, 1952, 30 structures on site of Wade Sand & Gravel (28 c, 2 nc), Historic American Engineering Record documentation, 1992, industrial buildings, many now in use as artists studios Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights Churches East End Baptist Church, 2609 Sixth Ave. North, Smithfield Mount Ararat Baptist Church, 1920 Slayden Ave., Ensley New Rising Star Baptist Church, 3104 33rd Place N., Collegeville Peace Baptist Church, 302 Sixth St. It is the largest and most populous British city outside London, with a population of 1,101,360 in 2014.A medium-sized market town in the medieval period, Birmingham grew to international prominence in the 18th century at the heart of the Midlands Enlightenment and subsequent Industrial Revolution, which saw the town at the forefront of worldwide advances in science, technology, and economic development, producing a series of innovations that laid many of the foundations of modern industrial society. Brown House 319 4th Terrace N Continental Gin Company 4500 Fifth Ave. 1926, 7 structures City Center Buildings Age-Herald Building Alabama Penny Savings Bank Building Alabama Theater Birmingham Railway, Light and Power Building Caldwell-Milner Building Crittenden Building Empire Building Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta John Hand Building Gaston, A. Store Jefferson County Court House Kress Building Loveman's Department Store-Mc Wane Center Mc Adory Building Nabers, Morrow & Sinnige Building Powell School Ridgeley Apartments-The Tutwiler Hotel Steiner Bank Building U. Post Office-Vance Federal Building Waters Building Watts Building Whilldin Building Wimberly-Thomas Warehouse Woodward Building Zinszer's, Peter, Mammoth Furniture House City Center Churches Episcopal Cathedral of the Advent First United Methodist First Presbyterian Saint Paul's Catholic Cathedral Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Dr. S, 1931, Lakeview District Five Mile Creek Bridge Mc Calla, 1916 Mc Adory House 214 Eastern Valley Rd, Bessemer, 1841 Oak Hill Cemetery 1120 North 19th St., est. 1882, built early 20th century, listed as a National Historic Landmark, 1981, Historic Amerian Engineering Record documentation, 1976.Clockwise, from top: skyline of Birmingham City Centre from the south, Birmingham Town Hall, St Martin's church and Selfridges department store in the Bull Ring, the University of Birmingham, St Philip's Cathedral, the Library of Birmingham.) is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands, England standing on the small River Rea.