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Apart from being one of the tallest buildings in town, I'm never very sure why this building is necessary is an age ion digital communications. I know that in a previous generation, being up high probably helped the transmission, I don't think that's the case...More
This tower is a really useful landmark which can be seen from many parts of the city, and I have often used it to orientate myself when visiting Birmingham. Apart from that, it isn't really an attraction because it is not open to the public...More
it's an ugly tower lets be honest. I only use it to orientate myself when i need to go around St. Paul. considering it is one of the tallest building in Bham, why not open it to allow people to get to the roof to...More
Whereas I will happily champion the right to keep iconic structures such as the Rotunda, I must say that I question the need to keep the Telecom Tower.
Some people tend to assume that just because a building has been here for a while it...More
As a boy in the seventies I dragged my grandma from the city centre to look and hopefully go inside but as now it wasn't open to the public.
I still think it's an iconic structure that's not unattractive having been modernised in keeping with...More