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SALFORD BRIDGE AREA NEW PHOTOS

Bob Davis

Bob Davis
Ray, superb pictures, what I saw was the peace that there is down on the canal, above you the bustle and hubbub of the junction, on the canal, peace and calm. Mind you coming off the Grand Union and turning to port, or right, onto the Birmingham and Fazely in a 72foot boat was interesting...nuff said
Bob
 

Radiorails

master brummie
Grim area for cars. Not sure about now, but the M5/6 around that area was hard on tyres, too much swarf and other objects.
 

mw0njm.

A Brummie Dude
Grim area for cars. Not sure about now, but the M5/6 around that area was hard on tyres, too much swarf and other objects.
i help build it. and then got a job working on it, .i worked recovery/breakdown driving up and down there 7 days a week.i knew every hole,and bump. in that big rd, sure did pick up some items that had fell off trucks:mad: best was a crate of bananas.
 

oldbrit

OldBrit in Exile
The late and great Graham Webb raced at SALFORD PARK in the 1960s does anyone have any photos of the track and the date that the track opened? All the photos that were on the post are not there anymore
 
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