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Description:Holburn Viaduct A201 View

The A201 is the Northern most Zone 2 number. Deep in the heart of London, it goes under Holburn Viaduct. The Nearby Holburn Viaduct Station was relaced in the early 1990's by City Thameslink (Originaly named St. Pauls Thameslink). The Viaduct itself carries the A40. It is one of the few viaducts in the city of London itself.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 05, 2007 by ABeaton
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Road:A40, A201
Date:3 2007
Photographer:Abeaton
Source:Coppermine
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Galleries  | A40 | A201 | London | Holborn Viaduct

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