Birmingham, UK. 16th November, 2018. A large-scale mosaic portrait of sufragette Hilda Burkitt is on show on the concourse floor of New Street station, Birmingham. The 20 metre portrait is made up of 3,724 selfie photographs and other photographs of women sent in from all over the UK. The project, called Face of Suffrage, is deisgned by artist Helen Marshall. Hilda Burkitt was born in Wolverhampton in 1876, was convicted and jailed for breaking a window in the then Prime Minister's train carriage. Peter Lopeman/Alamy Live News
RMR22KNXBirmingham, UK. 16th November, 2018. A large-scale mosaic portrait of sufragette Hilda Burkitt is on show on the concourse floor of New Street station, Birmingham. The 20 metre portrait is made up of 3,724 selfie photographs and other photographs of women sent in from all over the UK. The project, called Face of Suffrage, is deisgned by artist Helen Marshall. Hilda Burkitt was born in Wolverhampton in 1876, was convicted and jailed for breaking a window in the then Prime Minister's train carriage. Peter Lopeman/Alamy Live News
Birmingham, UK. 6th Nov, 2017. The setting up of the Birmingham wheel which is due to open on Thursday 16th November 2017 until Sunday 7th January 2018 and will be open daily from 10 am to 10 pm except christmas Day Credit: steven roe/Alamy Live News
RMKGBJ1YBirmingham, UK. 6th Nov, 2017. The setting up of the Birmingham wheel which is due to open on Thursday 16th November 2017 until Sunday 7th January 2018 and will be open daily from 10 am to 10 pm except christmas Day Credit: steven roe/Alamy Live News
Birmingham, UK. 16th November, 2018. A large-scale mosaic portrait of sufragette Hilda Burkitt is on show on the concourse floor of New Street station, Birmingham. The 20 metre portrait is made up of 3,724 selfie photographs and other photographs of women sent in from all over the UK. The project, called Face of Suffrage, is deisgned by artist Helen Marshall. Hilda Burkitt was born in Wolverhampton in 1876, was convicted and jailed for breaking a window in the then Prime Minister's train carriage. Peter Lopeman/Alamy Live News
RMR22KNTBirmingham, UK. 16th November, 2018. A large-scale mosaic portrait of sufragette Hilda Burkitt is on show on the concourse floor of New Street station, Birmingham. The 20 metre portrait is made up of 3,724 selfie photographs and other photographs of women sent in from all over the UK. The project, called Face of Suffrage, is deisgned by artist Helen Marshall. Hilda Burkitt was born in Wolverhampton in 1876, was convicted and jailed for breaking a window in the then Prime Minister's train carriage. Peter Lopeman/Alamy Live News
Birmingham, UK. 6th Nov, 2017. The setting up of the Birmingham wheel which is due to open on Thursday 16th November 2017 until Sunday 7th January 2018 and will be open daily from 10 am to 10 pm except christmas Day Credit: steven roe/Alamy Live News
RMKGBJ25Birmingham, UK. 6th Nov, 2017. The setting up of the Birmingham wheel which is due to open on Thursday 16th November 2017 until Sunday 7th January 2018 and will be open daily from 10 am to 10 pm except christmas Day Credit: steven roe/Alamy Live News
Birmingham, UK. 6th Nov, 2017. The setting up of the Birmingham wheel which is due to open on Thursday 16th November 2017 until Sunday 7th January 2018 and will be open daily from 10 am to 10 pm except christmas Day Credit: steven roe/Alamy Live News
RMKGBJ2FBirmingham, UK. 6th Nov, 2017. The setting up of the Birmingham wheel which is due to open on Thursday 16th November 2017 until Sunday 7th January 2018 and will be open daily from 10 am to 10 pm except christmas Day Credit: steven roe/Alamy Live News