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pros041. Having failed in her ambitions, Sandra returns to Birmingham by coach. Looking from Mill Street to Rea Street through Birmingham’s Digbeth Coach Station. The location appears in ‘Felicia’s Journey’.
pros041n. The updated Coach Station seen from Mill Street. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2017)
pros042. Louise give Rose and her family a lift home. Brinklow Tower at the corner of Frank Street and Highgate Street.
pros042n. There have been a few changes to the entrance arrangements. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2017)
pros043. When he sees his mother, another of Rose's children cycles towards the tower block. This is land now occupied by a Health Centre to the south of Brinklow Tower off Frank Street, Birmingham 12 with buildings on Highgate Close to the right.
pros043n. A slightly wider view to bring Brinklow Tower into the shot. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2017)
pros044. Discussing the making of a film about their cause, Louise talks with a TV Researcher (Mary Waterhouse) as the two looks across the cityscape where the street girls live and work. Balsall Heath Road with buildings on Gosford Street to the bottom left.
pros044n. To the right, some of the same bollards are still standing and the house to the left has acquired an extension. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2017)
pros045. The film draws to a close with the panoramas envisaged by Louise. Looking northward from Balsall Heath Road.
pros045n. This is a wider view of the skyline. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2017)
pros046. The camera moves eastward as Louise's voice over explains that she wants to see the girls themselves appear in the film.
pros046n. A changed skyline but the BT Tower still stands in the right distance. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2017)
pros047. Terry Glasspool advises that much of this area suffered damage during World War II and was eventually redeveloped in 1970s and 80s to become a landscaped green space with widened thoroughfares.
pros047n. The foreground is where Cox Street West once ran and the background road is Clevedon Road. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2017)
pros048. Cox Street West at the junction with Balsall Heath Road in Birmingham 12.
pros048n. The street ran roughly where the footpath lies now. (PW) (Modern Photo Added: 25-08-2017)