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A500 east of Nantwich - Geograph - 258791.jpg
A500 east of Nantwich
A51 Tarvin Road bridge - Geograph - 304932.jpg
A51 Tarvin Road bridge
A51 Approaching Weston - Geograph - 277326.jpg
A51 Approaching Weston
A519 - Geograph - 803454.jpg
New roundabout on A51/A519
Sign at A51-A5115 junction in Chester - Coppermine - 22920.jpg
Sign at A51-A5115 junction in Chester

Nice sign, shame about the yellow paint.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 20, 2009 by kieron
Sign at start of A51 in Chester - Coppermine - 22921.jpg
Sign at start of A51 in Chester

This sign is on a traffic island at the A5268/A51 junction. As such, the number A51 does not benefit from brackets.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 21, 2009 by kieron
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A51 Rugely Bypass

A rather dramtic sight!

OP Rsorionboy

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 18, 2008 by Gavin A74
A51 "roundabout" at the Bars in Chester - Coppermine - 18692.jpeg
Signs at A5268/A51 'roundabout' at the Bars in Chester

Two primary A roads leave the roundabout here, not that you can tell from the picture. The sign for the road on the left reads Nantwich (A51), Whitchurch (A41) (sorry about the light), but is actually the A51.

The road in the centre of the picture is the A5268, leading to the Pepper Street car park and the road to Wrexham beyond it.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 22, 2008 by kieron
A51 "roundabout" at the Bars in Chester - Coppermine - 18691.jpeg
Signs at A5268/A51 'roundabout' at the Bars in Chester

This is an 'All through traffic' sign on the junction between two primary routes. Perhaps not for much longer, though.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 22, 2008 by kieron
Rugeley Bypass A51 - Coppermine - 17187.JPG
Rugeley Bypass A51

Apologies for the blurriness here on in. Going under the second railway bridge now, the new build ends shortly to pick up on an older road.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51

This stretch is called Power Station Road, and has been here for a long time as a quiet industrail estate road, until now. It's been recycled into a bypass.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51

Another roundabout

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51

Approaching the end of the new bypass.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51

Heading southbound on the A51. Ahead is a new roundabout, left is the Rugeley bypass, and right is the original route into the town. We leave NSL behind, and do 40 for the time being.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51

As we turn on to the new road we are greeted with a 50 limit, which covers the whole stretch, except for 30 at junctions. On the right is a combined footpath/cyclepath. The litter appears to be accumulating, tut tut.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51

As we approach the roundabout, 30 signs can be seen in the distance.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51

Approaching the roundabout. Left for Abbots Bromley, right for the town centre. We go straight over.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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Rugeley Bypass A51

Here we pass under two railway bridges in quick succession.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 08, 2008 by rsorionboy
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A51 in Bridgemere

Passing the nationally famous Bridgemere Garden Centre on the right.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 25, 2007 by M6FOREVER
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A51 SIGN Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 25, 2007 by M6FOREVER
The Bull's Head, Two Gates - Geograph - 851543.jpg
The Bull's Head, Two Gates
On the B5404, formerly the main A5
River Trent bridge on the Rugeley Bypass - Geograph - 1434868.jpg
River Trent bridge on the Rugeley Bypass
The bypass opened in September 2007 is built in the floodplain.
River Trent approaching Wolseley Bridge looking North East - Geograph - 324574.jpg
River Trent approaching Wolseley Bridge looking North East
Wolseley Bridge carries the A51 Lichfield to Stone road over the River Trent
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Dualled A51 M6-M53 Stoke-Chester Link

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A51 DC upgrade Mk2.PNG
A slightly amended A51 dual carriageway upgrade job connecting the M6 (Stoke) to the M53 (Chester) with a bit of the A500. Now features GSJ's at Tarporley.

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A5268 A51 Junction, showing both roads.jpeg
Part of the A5268/A51 junction in Chester. Both are primary routes, but only one is signed as 'No HGVs over 7.5t except for access'.
Darlaston Inn - Geograph - 5234.jpg
Darlaston Inn
Situated in the centre o a roundabout just outside of stone.
Anticlockwise Roundabout
A roundabout at the junction of the A51 and B5013 in Rugeley.
A51 A5115 B5130.jpeg
The A51/A5115/B5130 junction in Chester, showing the point at which the dual carriageway of Boughton splits into two one way roads.
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Bridgemere Classic & Vintage Vehicle Show

A nice selection of classic & vintage vehicles ranging from the 50's right up to the early eighties at Bridgemere Garden Centre, nr. Nantwich. 3rd May 2009.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 03, 2009 by haymansafc
The A51 to Chester (C) Steve Daniels - Geograph - 2169956.jpg
The A51 to Chester (C) Steve Daniels
A51 at Whittington Barracks (C) Peter Whatley - Geograph - 2725827.jpg
A51 at Whittington Barracks (C) Peter Whatley
Leisure drive.jpg
Part of the Vale Of Trent Leisure Drive, from the Official Tourist Map Staffordshire Shropshire and West Midlands.

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Gabled houses on the A51 - Geograph - 256788.jpg
Gabled houses on the A51 These distinctive gabled cottages line the busy A51 just north west of Nantwich, showing the timber detailing and geometric patterns in the window frames which are seen in many houses of this era in this region of Cheshire. The spire on left of frame is part of Home Farm Equine Centre. View from by the entrance to Reaseheath College
A51 approaching Cheerbrook Roundabout - Geograph - 3172120.jpg
A51 approaching Cheerbrook Roundabout
Row of houses, Millstone Lane, Nantwich - Geograph - 5169761.jpg
Row of houses, Millstone Lane, Nantwich Extending for 60 metres along the east side of the B5074 Millstone Lane. The house on the left is on the corner of Turner Street.
Lichfield - railway bridges, Upper St John's Street - Geograph - 2725908.jpg
Lichfield - railway bridges, Upper St John's Street
Cheerbrook before and after.jpg
A combined view of Cheerbrook Roundabout before and after the installation of the Hough-Shavington by-pass A500 dual carriageway. The foliage on the later shot unfortunately blocks the view of the old re-routed road, and the incoming road from the right. This is looking south.
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Back in Tamworth. 12 metre columns with Holophane V-Max (2-chevron version) lighting along the centre bypass road. The prievious lanterns were Philips Iridiums.
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Back in Tamworth. 12 metre columns with Holophane V-Max (2-chevron version) lighting along the centre bypass road. The prievious lanterns were Philips Iridiums.
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Back in Tamworth. 12 metre columns with Holophane V-Max (2-chevron version) lighting along the centre bypass road. The prievious lanterns were Philips Iridiums.
A51 from nantwich to chester street lighting 1
A41 and A51 junction outside Chester. A few GEC Turtle lanterns left at this junction, but theres a lot of Urbis Sapphires and WRTL Vectras now.
A51 from nantwich to chester street lighting 2
A51 and A41 junction outside Chester. Lanterns seen here are GEC Turtles, Urbis Sapphires, WRTL Vectras, and a Philips SGS204. All of these lanterns are HPS/SON types.