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Cross and Mountrath Streets are of the same period. 31) The new area was described in 1834 as forming a 'handsome and commodious' approach to the town. 32) Lord Bradford continued to grant leases in the area until the 1850s, (fn. 36) In 18 dilapidated houses which closed the church in on the south were cleared away and the former grammar-school building was also demolished. 1815, and in 1851 the open space there was enlarged by further culverting. 33) and a further improvement came in 1886 when Bradford Place was completed at the junction of Bradford and Bridgeman Streets; the cenotaph there was unveiled in 1922. 34) Also in the early 1830s Goodall Street was built between High Street and Bridge Street, with Freer Street running off it. 35) There was subsequently some development on the hill-top by St. Temple Street was built through to New Street in place of a winding alley apparently . Little Hill, the narrow foot-way leading to the church from the top of High Street, was widened into what is now Church Hill, and the market house at the foot of it was pulled down. Houses and shops were then built, and in 1855 Bridge Square (soon called simply the Bridge) was described as 'the centre and most strikingly beautiful portion of the town'. 38) About 1851 too the level of Digbeth and Park Street was considerably raised. 39) In the late 1850s two Russian cannons captured during the Crimean War, a clock on a pillar, and a drinking fountain presented by F. Oerton, mayor 1854-5, were placed in the centre of the Bridge. In Bradford Street, between Newport Street and Cross Street (now the lower end of Caldmore Road), he built a classical terrace of houses which Potter described in 1837 as 'very magnificent'.
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