Hill House Farm and Sandy Lane overbridges, view east, 21 October 1996

Hill House Farm and Sandy Lane overbridges, view east (see all photos of the same view)

Sandy Lane overbridge is at the bottom of the picture, with spans in place but no deck yet. Beyond, sections of both carriageways now have surfaces laid and the hard shoulder line painted. Other road markings are yet to be laid.

Direction of view
Structures visible

Structure 16 (Sandy Lane overbridge)

Roads visible

B5256 Sandy Lane

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