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The start of the Northbound multiplex with the A448
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Approaching the "McDonalds Roundabout"
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Approaching the "McDonalds Roundabout"
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Advance sign for the cloverleaf.
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The first exit for the cloverleaf (A448)
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The weaving section and second exit.
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Showing the rural nature of Redditch roads
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Approaching the A4023 roundabout, notice the flaring.
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Approaching the B4184 roundabout.
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Approaching the B4101 junction
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Passing through the village of Bordesley
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On the Alvechurch bypass, approaching the M42 junction.
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On the original spur from the M42
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North of Hopwood
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Dual carriageway entering Kings Norton
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Back down to single carriageway
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At the bottom of the hill approaching Cotteridge
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Typical Birmingham street in Stirchley
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Slightly narrower.
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This is another of Birmingham's narrow S4 roads.
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Approaching the Middleway.
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The leafy suburb of Edgbaston
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In years gone by, this was where the first incarnation of the A4023 met the A441 in the town centre. Now however, it is just a local road in the town centre, with parts of the A441 buried under a shopping centre.
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Cotteridge
Breedon Cross - Geograph - 195164.jpg
Breedon Cross
A441 south at Hopwood - Geograph - 1663866.jpg
A441 south at Hopwood
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South Birmingham

1. Build a new section of A4040 outer ring to take traffic off local roads in Kings Heath, Cotteridge and Bournville. 2. Upgrade the A441 from Stirchley into town to take traffic off the A435 and A34.

OP DadgeCity on 11/20/2003

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 23, 2005 by M4Simon
Southern end of Alvechurch Bypass - Geograph - 151885.jpg
Southern end of Alvechurch Bypass
Evesham Road, Astwood Bank - Geograph - 7371.jpg
Evesham Road, Astwood Bank
Redditch McDonalds Roundabout.jpg
Taken from McDonalds car-park, roundabout in Redditch. You can see the signage fairly clearly and the road numbers of around this area. Street lighting seen here are 10 metre columns with TRT Aspect (LED) lanterns. The prievious lanterns were probably Urbis ZX3s or SGS203s, HPS/SON lighting.
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0ld red coloured Stewart & Lloyd columns in Cotteridge, Birmingham. Most of Birmingham's old Stewarts & Lloyds columns were replaced by new 12 metre columns between 2012 and 2015 all over the city. Surprisingly this stretch of road still hasn't had properly renewed street lighting yet, there are only casual replacements every now and then.
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0ld grey coloured Stewart & Lloyd columns in Stirchley, Birmingham. Most of Birmingham's old Stewarts & Lloyds columns were replaced by modern 12 metre columns from 2012 to 2015 all over the city. Surprisingly this stretch of road still hasn't had properly renewed street lighting yet, there are only casual replacements every now and then.
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Philips Speedstar lighting, 10 metre street lights. A441, Redditch.
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Philips Speedstar lighting, 10 metre street lights. A441, Redditch.
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Hopwood, Worcestershire. Holophane Estilo lanterns with what appears to be 1970s style columns.
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Day-burning Philips MA50 (LPS/SOX) lantern and S&L columns in Birmingham. Most of Birmingham's old S&L columns got replaced with new taller steel columns a few years ago, but these along this road seem to have been left and forgotten about.

 

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