Victoria Law Courts, Corporation Street, Birmingham, West Midlands

Victoria Law Courts, Corporation Street, Birmingham, West Midlands
Photograph taken 1890-1896 © Historic England Archive ref: op14762

The Corporation Street elevation of the Victoria Law Courts. The Victoria Law Courts are built in characteristic Victorian red brick and terracotta. They were designed by Sir Aston Bell and Ingress Bell through an open competition and construction started in 1887. The Central Methodist Hall, built between 1903 and 1904, now stands on the empty plot in the foreground.

Location

West Midlands Birmingham

Period

Victorian (1837 - 1901)

Tags

court house law architecture