Warwick Bar

Distance: 0.45 km

The Warwick Bar conservation area is a conservation area in Birmingham, England which was home to many canalside factories during the Industrial Revolution of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It is named after the Warwick Bar stop lock joining the Digbeth Branch of the Birmingham Canal (...) More

Murder of Thomas Bates

Distance: 1.63 km

The murder of Thomas Bates occurred during an armed robbery in Birmingham, England, on 2 June 1962. Oswald Grey was convicted of the crime, and became the last person hanged at the city's Winson Green Prison. Grey maintained his innocence and doubt remains as to whether or not there was sufficient (...) More

Birmingham Women's Hospital

Distance: 4.77 km

Birmingham Women's Hospital is a women's hospital located in Birmingham, England. It is managed by Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust. (...) More


Distance: 6.27 km

SM UC-2 was a German Type UC I minelayer submarine or U-boat in the German Imperial Navy during World War I. The U-boat had been ordered by November 1914 and was launched on 12 May 1915. She was commissioned into the German Imperial Navy on 17 May 1915 as SM UC-2 (...) More

Ness Point

Distance: 8.61 km

Ness Point, also known as Lowestoft Ness, is the most easterly point of England, the United Kingdom and the British Isles. It is located in Lowestoft in the Waveney district of the county of Suffolk. The site is located to the north of the town centre and has a direction marker, known as Euroscope, (...) More