Mr Floppy in StevenageOriginally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 09, 2006 by BigToe
A1(M) map at Welwyn 1961
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 04, 2005 by Tom Telford
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Mr Floppy in Stevenage
This time showing an actual curve, not a zigzag :P
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 09, 2006 by BigToe
Where has all the traffic gone? 9.30 am on a weekday in the centre of Stevenage newtown and the lanes sit almost empty. Looking south from the bridge to the Station, to the junction with the B197 and A1070.
Typical new town dualled roads leading to roundabouts. The A1070 Six Hills Way, leads towards the Six Hills Roundabout.
The A1070 heads towards the grade separated roundabout above the A1072
Verity Way (A1155) heading north (C) JThomas
Gunnels Wood Road (A1072) (C) JThomas
Rectory Lane in winter snow circa 1980
Stevenage location sign in a lay-by on the former A1.
The sign is likely to be very early in the life of the new town, Gresley Way to the east being incomplete. Several of these would have featured around the town in order to assist navigation, along with colour coded districts that featured on road signs.