By Birmingham Contemporary Music Group
Birmingham New Street Signal Box
Birmingham New Street Signal Box is the iconic brutalist railway signal box in Birmingham, situated on the corner of Brunel Street and Navigation Street, at the west end of the platforms of Birmingham New Street railway station. This brutalist structure is a grade II listed building for its architectural value and is a much-loved Birmingham landmark.
The box was designed by Bicknell and Hamilton (an architectural practice led by Paul Hamilton and John Hamilton) in collaboration with Ray Moorcroft, British Rail's regional architect for the London Midland region. An example of brutalist architecture, it was built from 1964 to 1966 as part of the remodeling of New Street station.
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