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Forest Gate- Woodgrange Baptist Church, E7 - Geograph - 367775.jpg
Forest Gate: Woodgrange Baptist Church, E7
A123-A118 Cranbrook Road-Ilford Hill junction, Ilford - Coppermine - 13603.jpg
A123-A118 Cranbrook Road-Ilford Hill junction, Ilford

Looking south at the southern end of Cranbrook Road, where it meets the A118. Note the streetlights (new), also in place at the Gants Hill roundabout a mile or so to the north.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 01, 2007 by Sunil_of_Yoxley
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A118 Winston Way (Ilford)

The only sign in the whole world to show Griggs Approach as an A-road! This is actually on u/c Riches Road running a very short distance parallel to the A118 (to the right). But, note that according to this sign, you can go anti-clockwise to get to the A118 westbound!!!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 09, 2006 by Sunil_of_Yoxley
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A118 Winston Way (Ilford)

Actually this is a shot looking down u/c Riches Road eastwards towards the A118 eastern roundabout. Note the dodgy roundabout sign (better view in previous photo).

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 09, 2006 by Sunil_of_Yoxley
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A118 Winston Way (Ilford)

Looking west, with Ilford Central Library visible on the right.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 09, 2006 by Sunil_of_Yoxley
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A1083 Griggs Approach (Ilford)

Southern end of Griggs Approach seen joining the A118 Winston Way eastern roundabout. The road crosses the GER railway and the old A118 High Road Ilford, pedestrianised beneath Griggs Approach.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 09, 2006 by Sunil_of_Yoxley
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Bow Flyover
Looking east along the A11. A fine example of the effect of road building on the environment.
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Gallows Corner, Romford, Essex
Junction of A12 and A127, with the temporary flyover (now over 30 years old!). Photo taken in Straight Road looking south.
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Interesting juxtaposition of signs in Stratford.
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One of the last Games lanes in operation.
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Botched sign noting temporary restriction on the A112 in Stratford for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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Thorn Alpha 8 on a Fabrikat column

Main Road in Romford, Havering is lit by some more of those 1970s columns seen with Urbis ZXs on London Road, but this time with Thorn Alpha 8 MK IIIs installed. I've a feeling these replaced MA90s, as I've pictured another column further along at Gallows Corner with one installed already, but I could be wrong. These were probably installed between 2000 and 2004, as I think that's when the lantern (in the form of the WRTL MRL8) was discontinued by WRTL. These are certainly very smart installations indeed!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 07, 2009 by Rojojnr
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Approach to Romford Greyhound Stadium

Another view showing one of the superb survivors on the approach to Romford greyhound stadium. The A118 London Road can be seen in the background.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 13, 2009 by Yorkletts
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MA60s on Waterloo Road

Waterloo Road, part of the Romford Ring Road, is lit by these ever fantastic MA60s installed on yet more classic installations! This time, they're giant hockeysticks that look a bit like octagonal steel columns, but I think these are of Fabrikat rather than Stainton manufacture! There are also plenty of recent casual replacements in the form of more MA60s, which is always good to see!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 19, 2008 by Rojojnr
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Segregated cycle lane, Stratford High Street Cycle Superhighway 2 has been built to a high standard with segregated lanes where possible.

 

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