Difference between revisions of "Rugby Avenue"

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* 7752: [[Oxford Apartments]]
 
* 7752: [[Oxford Apartments]]
 
* 8038: The [[Rugby Building]] former location of [[Asian Food Mart]]<!--Huyen Ferguson, propr.--> (1983), [[U-Haul]], [[T'Lee's on Rugby]] salon, [[Project Success]], [[Debt Relief Counseling Services]], [[Dream World Overcoming Holiness Church]] child care center, [[Kingdom Care Academy]]
 
* 8038: The [[Rugby Building]] former location of [[Asian Food Mart]]<!--Huyen Ferguson, propr.--> (1983), [[U-Haul]], [[T'Lee's on Rugby]] salon, [[Project Success]], [[Debt Relief Counseling Services]], [[Dream World Overcoming Holiness Church]] child care center, [[Kingdom Care Academy]]
* 8041: [[Ruffner Relics]], former location of [[Sadler's Food Store]] (1964), [[Handy Pack Convenience Store]] (1970), [[Deliverance of Truth Ministry]]
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* 8041: [[Ruffner Relics]], former location of [[Sadler's Food Store]] (1964), [[Handy Pack Convenience Store]] (1970), [[Rugby Beauty Salon]] (1981), [[Deliverance of Truth Ministry]]
 
* 8236: [[Rugby Avenue Market]] / [[Rugby Avenue Delicatessen]], [[Sea Land Fish & Chips]]
 
* 8236: [[Rugby Avenue Market]] / [[Rugby Avenue Delicatessen]], [[Sea Land Fish & Chips]]
  
 
[[Category:Rugby Avenue|*]]
 
[[Category:Rugby Avenue|*]]

Latest revision as of 13:14, 13 February 2020

Rugby Avenue is a mostly residential street that loops through South East Lake from Oporto-Madrid Boulevard (formerly 77th Street South) to 83rd Street South. It formerly carried the South Highlands Car Line streetcar (Birmingham Electric Company Route 36), which served Howard College. The street serves as part of the boundary of the Howard College Estates Historic District.

Notable addresses