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Re: "Welsh first" bilingual s…
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The A4400 number was allocated to the former Birmingham Inner Ring Road. Finished in 1971 and opened by Queen Elizabeth II on April 7 that year, the ring road was part of Birmingham's grand traffic visions under the city's engineer, Herbert Manzoni. It consisted of a tightly drawn loop around the city centre, acting as a distributor for the Aston Expressway which opened in 1972. The
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