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1 January 1912 (1912-01-01): took over City of Birmingham Tramways Company Ltd - remainder of the . Last Tram Down the Village and Other Memories of Yesterday's Birmingham, Ray Tennant and Jim Lyndon, BiginInk Ltd 1984.
1 January 1912 (1912-01-01): took over City of Birmingham Tramways Company Ltd - remainder of the company's routes, ownership of which had passed to Birmingham Corporation from the local councils of Aston Manor, Handsworth, and King's Norton & Northfield, following expansion of the city boundaries in 1911. Memories of Birmingham's transport, . Birmingham in the Electric Tramway Era, . Potter, Birmingham Transport Historical Group 1988.
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