There was a new ring road system, which, like most city centres, was of a unique design and took practice to master.
Smallbrook Ringway, left, was one of the first sections built. Eddie Fewtrell was Birmingham's night club king in the 60s and 70s.
But the best was the Surfside Stop at the bottom of Constitution Hill, Crazy Horse strip club above it.
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