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North Birmingham is a community part of Birmingham, Alabama in the United States. It is within Jefferson County. Recently, it is subdivided into 7 neighborhoods; Acipco-Finley, Collegeville, Fairmont, Harriman Park, Hooper City, North Birmingham, and Pratt City. The North Birmingham comprises of the region north of Downtown Birmingham between Village Creek on the south, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad toward the east, Pratt toward the west and the jurisdictional limit toward the north.  Originally consolidated as the city of North Birmingham in 1902, it was added into the City of Birmingham in 1910.



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