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Clapgate Junction, Ipswich

Junction of Clapgate Lane, Nacton Road and Levington Road. Cliff Lane meets Clapgate Lane just to the right of shot, and many years ago it was possible to turn left from Nacton Road straight into Cliff Lane by using the cut through to the right of the bus shelter. This was blocked off after a child was knocked over and killed at this point.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2008 by KevS
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Cliff Lane, Ipswich

Looking from the junction with Oulton Road down the hill and across the river.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2008 by KevS
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Landseer Road, Ipswich

Junction of Landseer Road, Cliff Lane and Holywells Road. Landseer Road heads towards the oil depot and the Gainsborough estate.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2008 by KevS
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A137 Stoke Bridge, Ipswich

Looking southbound towards Vernon Street at the older 1930's bridge.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2008 by KevS
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A137

Approach road from A1022 College Street to Stoke Bridge in Ipswich. Part of the original Bridge Street before the 1982 reconstruction.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2008 by KevS
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A137 Stoke Bridge

Taken from the southern end of Stoke Bridge in Ipswich. The bridge on the right with the stone arch is used to take a large amount of two way traffic, and so the new bridge and northbound carriageway was added in 1982.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 23, 2008 by KevS
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A137 Stoke Bridge Roundabout complex

Looking north from Stoke Bridge in Ipswich, looking at the double roundabout junction with the A1022

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 23, 2008 by KevS
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B1075 Princes Street, Ipswich

Junction of Princes Street, Museum Street and Friars Street outside the Willis Building. The B1075 is routed down Friars Street to the left, and from then on via Falcon Street, but through traffic is not permitted unless you're a bus.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2008 by KevS
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A12 (former) at Copdock - XI

Looking back along the exit road road (former n/b carriageway) from the point where it merges with the new alignment (now A1214), seen on the extreme left of the picture. The building is on the alignment of the old s/b carriageway.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 29, 2006 by t1(M)
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A pre-warboys 40 limit sign on the A1214 in Ipswich.
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The B1067 Bramford Road in Ipswich.
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Construction of the A12/A45 (now A14) junction at Copdock Mill Interchange.
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A12-A45

How the 1982 Collins Atlas showed progress with the Ipswich bypasses. The A12 still runs through Copdock, only the southern part of Ipswich is bypassed, route number not shown, and A12 to A45 North traffic has to follow the A1100 to Claydon.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 18, 2007 by BobSykes
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Tomline Rd (C) N Chadwick
The B1075 runs 3 mile through east Ipswich from London Rd to Felixstowe Rd.
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Duke St
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The old A12 near the Copdock Interchange, Ipswich.
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Fly Swatting Public toilets Majors Corner Ipswich Suffolk with sculpture swatting flies.
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Ipswich IP4, Suffolk. Two cinema complexes side-by-side at Major's Corner (where Crown Street and Woodbridge Road link to become one). The one nearest to the observer has been closed since 2005. This was Ipswich's first multiplex cinema, the former five-screen Odeon complex, that opened in 1991 but that then closed due to poor attendance; something that was blamed upon inadequate user-friendly car parking. The older establishment is the Regent Theatre and Concert Venue that is owned by the City Council. It reopened in September 1991 following major improvements. The derelict gaol, court & county hall building can be seen in the distance.
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A14 bridge over the A1189
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80's street scene

 

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