Actually, a very important one! It operated as a passenger train station for 16 years. Open in 1838, Curzon Station was a terminus for trains coming from London to Birmingham until the year of 1854. The oldest railway passenger terminus was closed for business in 1966.
A plenty of history Grade I listed building and a true gem of Birmingham that since 2010 has been designed to be the terminus for the High Speed 2 project in Birmingham.
During the Birmingham's Hidden Spaces exhibition, I had a good look around this amazing building. It wasn't a full tour but I could explore a bit more of this historical place.
Unfortunately, I couldn't go upstairs (or visit the basement) in the three-store structure but it's possible to have an idea of its grandiose. It's also possible to imagine how important this terminus was to the development of Birmingham, connecting important cities like Liverpool and obvious, the capital London.
Basement, iconic red doors ans some other Curzon legacies