I thought the nearest Roman Road to us was the A5.HI there i was just reading the national geographic the other day and it popped out a medieval map of England, it was so fascanating to see what went through Birmingham two big roman roads, Im guessing they are Bristol road and Coventry road can anybody confirm that?
WHat an aweosme country England is under the skin i also just wander out of interest does anybody know where in b'ham city centre are the oldest buildings which you could date back a fair time. As Birmingham city centre is only 200 years old or something ( i heard before) does that mean we have no buildings older than 200 years?
If there's any history buffs this would make a good thread for that i hope.
Birmingham was just a twinkle in some blacksmiths eye back in roman days - yes we had a fort at Metchley Park, but I'm not sure we had any roman motorways.
But, hey I may be completely wrong!