Old signal box Holly Bank Colliery. Photographed in January 1984 when in terminal (or so it seemed) disrepair, this former crossing / signal box looked rather forlorn. It was later repaired and is sti…
Bronte Bridge (in the snow), Near Haworth. A footbridge on a public footpath - smaller than we expected!
|Title||The demolition of the Triumph Motorcycles factory Photograph taken on a bright winter day in January, to record the demolition of the Triumph Motorcycles factory. It made way for a housing estate with roads named Bonneville Close and Daytona Drive.|
|Photo's author||ROWLAND TURNER User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||19 Jan 1984 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 431|
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The demolition of the Triumph Motorcycles factory Photograph taken on a bright winter day in January, to record the demolition of the Triumph Motorcycles factory. It made way for a housing estate with…
The demolition of the Triumph Motorcycles factory
Armarna Drive, Millisons Wood, Coventry
Site of the Triumph factory, Meriden
Thebes Close, Millisons Wood, Coventry
Georgian postbox in Millison's Wood In the background can be seen the 'Welcome to Coventry' sign. The matching 'Welcome to Solihull' sign is by the roadworks on this side of the road.
'To Let' boards at Meriden Green offices
Milepost in Millison's Wood This road was originally the main route between Birmingham and Coventry, before the Meriden bypass, now the A45, was built in the 1930's.
Winter Crops Near Millison's Wood. Looking North from the footpath leading to Millison's Wood. Crops planted in the Autumn.
Meriden Green office park, Copse Drive