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Description:'Ring of Steel' - Former A4208 St Bride Street

In Dec 03 the 'Ring of Steel' was extended to that part of the City of London west of Farringdon Street. This is St Bride Street, taken from the Farringdon Street end, looking north-west. Note that there are two sets of concrete barriers. The red plate on the signpost reads 'no left turn into St Bride Street from 20 Dec 2003, enquiries phone 020.........' The white plate reads 'except buses and cycles' It would be a strange bus that could negotiate that barrier - it is in fact a relic from an earlier scheme

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 10, 2005 by t1(M)
Location:51.514357, -0.104441
Road:A4208, A201
Date:2005
Photographer:T1(m)
Source:Coppermine

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Galleries  | A4208 | A201 | S2 | Central London

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current12:55, 24 June 2010Thumbnail for version as of 12:55, 24 June 20101,600 × 1,200 (468 KB)Bob@romiley1 (talk | contribs)'''"Ring of Steel" - Former A4208 St Bride Street''' In Dec 03 the "Ring of Steel" was extended to that part of the City of London west of Farringdon Street. This is St Bride Street, taken from the Farringdon Street end, looking north-west. Note that the

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