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Re: How much of the A64 east …
by jgharston View the latest post
Tue Jun 22, 2021 00:43
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Telford is a New Town (and the largest town) in the Traditional County of Shropshire. It is named after Thomas Telford, one of the foremost historical figures in the civil engineering field, whose Holyhead Road runs through the town. Coalbrookdale and the Ironbridge Gorge are located within the town, which uses the slogan The Birthplace of Industry.
Most of the road network within the area was completely revamped during the construction of the New Town, and much of the
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