British motorway speed limits were set in the but were never reappraised
Changes in Britain since 1948
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Clacket Lane Services sign on the Taken during our real time, 117 mile trip around the Definitely need to avoid this section of the always
The oldest motorway
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Although still busy, the was flowing quite well on the day of our around London'd Orbital Motorway.
Fans of Stargate and British Motorways will understand this
Saw this on the motorway near Leyland, the heart of British Automotive engineering. Takes cut-and-shut to a whole new level!
Considerable progress continues to be made on the rollout of the new smart motorways network for the this in mind, the Highways Agency has informe
A by 70 mph speed limit sign from Franco Signs at Hendon, London. On 22 December 1965 a speed limit was imposed on British motorways.
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(Photo via: John Davies) Martin Parr - Boring Postcards collection
A traffic classic - the naked orange cone
On 5 December the day the 8 mile Preston bypass opened, the AA was ready to help motorists. Robert Gornall was the AA's first motorway patrol and he was on duty on the Preston by Pass (now the from day one – he even attended the opening ceremony.
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Motorway typeface: the main lettering used on British road signs, designed specifically for this purpose by Jock Kinneir and Margaret Calvert.