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Re: Lay-by’s with/without ‘P’…
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M65 History :
t 28 miles, the M65 is hardly the longest motorway in the United Kingdom. In 2011 it turned 30 years old, so it isn't even the oldest. Despite all this, it proves itself to have an absolutely fascinating history that is fraught with political wrangling, local controversies, and a number of firsts.
The story begins, as these stories often do, in Lancashire immediately after the Second World War…
A quick glance at the famous 1949 document, the Road Plan for Lancashire, shows no improved
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