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A5 Dual Carriageway, Bridge
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Pennine Way?
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A5 Tamworth bypass

Westbound on the Tamworth bypass. It's fully lit from the M42 to the new junction at Hints.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 02, 2005 by CJ
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A view of Tamworth Castle
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North-East Environs of Birmingham, 1949

Taken from Bartholemew's Poket Atlas and Guide to Birmingham, 1949, originally priced at 4s net. Further scans from this or the 1954 edition (basically the same, but with the remaining tramways gone) are as ever available on request. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 19, 2005 by Jam35

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A View of Colehill (4) (C) Chris' Buet - Geograph - 1308509.jpg
A View of Colehill (4) (C) Chris' Buet
These photographs show other views of this Street <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1264836'>SK2004 : A view of Colehill (1)</a> <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1264859'>SK2004 : A view of Colehill (2)</a> and <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1264868'>SK2004 : A view of Colehill (3)</a>
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A5 viewed westwards from a train near Tamworth
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Albert Road, Tamworth Heading west.
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Former A5003 sign in Tamworth
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Tamworth town centre. Interesting street lighting. Lanterns are Philips Metronomis Oslos.
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Concrete columns with Eleco GR100 lanterns in Tamworth.
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Unusual unique street lighting in Tamworth town centre. Philips Metronomis Oslo lanterns.
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Tamworth. Weird unique street lighting and pretty old buildings. Philips Metronomis Oslo lanterns.
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Tamworth's unique street lighting. Philips Metronomis Oslo lanterns. The wall lighting version.
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Tamworth. Older fashioned styled street lighting.
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Eleco GR100s, concrete columns, Tamworth.
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Back in Tamworth. Urbis ZX3s (deep-bowl versions) on a store car-park. This is just between the park and the centre bypass road.
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Deep-bowl white-coloured Urbis ZX3 lantern, on 10 metre steel column. Tamworth, Staffs.
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Philips MA90 lantern, on 8 metre steel column. Tamworth, Staffs.
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2-chevron Holophane V-Max lantern, on 8 metre steel column. Tamworth, Staffs.
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Philips MA90 lanterns, on 8 metre double-bracket steel column. Tamworth, Staffs.
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Luminos Induction street light lanterns. Very rare and unusual these are. They are at the car-park for the Ventura Retail Park in Tamworth.
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Tamworth, Staffs. This is one of the silliest casual replacements Ive seen. The lantern is a Thorn Civic, and the rest are Philips Metronomis Oslos.
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Victoria Rd in Tamworth. Summer of 2018.
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Colehill, heading up from Victoria Rd and Market St, along with Philips Metronomis Oslo street lighting.
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Colehill, outside the Old Stone Cross and register office.
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Colehill, outside the Old Stone Cross and register office. The unusual street lights are Philips Metronomis Oslos.
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Photographed September 2018. 2 different Philips Metronomis Oslo lanterns. The smaller one is just a casual replacement.
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Photographed September 2018. Philips Metronomis Oslos. Outskirts of Tamworth town centre.
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Philips Speedstars along the A5 at Tamworth. These are some of the country’s oldest LED street lights. They're about 10 years old now already, and replaced Philips Traffic-Visions which were HPS/SON. The column in the foreground is a fairly new casual replacement, which is why it has a really short bracket. Sadly they prefer not to use LEDs with outreach brackets anymore.
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Along one of the A5 sliproads in Tamworth, at the junction for the B5440.
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Along the A5 coming into Tamworth, heading east. 12m steel street lights with Urbis ZX3s, which have been there since the 2000s.
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Along Colehill in Tamworth. Photo from September 2018.
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Along Colehill in Tamworth. Photo from September 2018.
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Along the A5 duel-carriageway coming into Tamworth, where there is only one slip-road for the original A5 route.
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Along Colehill in Tamworth town centre. Photo taken back in September 2018.
 

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