This is an old (1890-1980) iron-smelting complex, which put Birmingham on the map 100 years ago. It was fortunately preserved intact as a museum.
You can wander around at will, viewing and photographing the huge old boilers, flywheels, furnaces, and smokestacks at will. There s a small museum (with gift shop) that puts it all into perspective.
Even kids will oooh and aaah over the impressive sights. And it's free !
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