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Norton Canes Motorway Services M6 Toll - Geograph - 66573.jpg
Norton Canes Motorway Services M6 Toll
Norton Canes Motorway Services M6 Toll - Geograph - 345025.jpg
Norton Canes Motorway Services M6 Toll
Norton Canes Services, M6 Toll - Geograph - 1027677.jpg
Norton Canes Services, M6 Toll
Norton Canes- M6 Toll services - Geograph - 923024.jpg
Norton Canes: M6 Toll services
Norton Canes Services- a pleasing interior - Geograph - 1342429.jpg
Norton Canes Services: a pleasing interior
Picnic area at Norton Canes Services - Geograph - 426231.jpg
Picnic area at Norton Canes Services
Norton Canes Services on M6 Toll Road - Geograph - 627779.jpg
Norton Canes Services on M6 Toll Road
Norton Canes Services. M6 Toll - Geograph - 1342419.jpg
Norton Canes Services. M6 Toll
Norton Canes choice of routes.jpg
A choice of paths at Norton Canes.
M6Toll Norton Canes Services Map - Coppermine - 1969.jpg
M6Toll Norton Canes Services Map

which services have wireless network? and do they borrow maps off the HA?

Posted by 404simon on 4/25/2004

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2005 by M4Simon
M6Toll Norton Canes 2 - Coppermine - 1970.jpg
M6Toll Norton Canes 2

from the other side of the toll, it's hidden well and looks like an airport terminal.

Posted by 404simon on 4/25/2004

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2005 by M4Simon
M6Toll Norton Canes 1 - Coppermine - 1971.jpg
M6Toll Norton Canes 1

Very tight slip road

Posted by 404simon on 4/25/2004

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2005 by M4Simon
M6 Toll heading north at Norton Canes turn-off Coppermine.JPG
M6 Toll heading north Norton Canes services off-slipOriginally uploaded to Coppermine in 2006 by Sunil_of_Yoxley
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Original plan for Norton Canes services as proposed by MEL in 1991. It would have been located further east of the site eventually built.

 

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