Fort Dunlop Birmingham from the air
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aerial photograph of Fort Dunlop Birmingham. Once the worlds largest factory, Fort Dunlop has recently been converted by Urban Splash into mixed hotel and office use. The main building was buit in the 1920s and designed by Sidney Stott and W. W. Gibbings. It was used to produce Tyres for the Dunlop Rubber Company and employed 3500 people. the building is an early example of a steel framed structure and is a Grade A locally listed building.
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