Bristol Road Bus Corridor

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Bristol Road Bus Corridor, Birmingham - Corridor History - Former Routes - Operation By Trams
... Until July 1952, most of the services along this corridor were operated by trams ... Initially they operated between the city centre and Selly Oak, though in the 1920s this was extended to Rednal and Rubery, with the Rednal terminus coming into operation on 14 April 1924 ...

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