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Warwick Road

Camera No. 90
Camera No. 90a

Here is a pair of views of Warwick Road taken not too far apart. The first picture was taken from the Grove, which today means having your back to the War Memorial Park entrance. Before clicking on the image for the modern day view, the old Toll booth on the left (described in more detail on the Grove page) can plainly be seen to be standing in what is now the middle of the road, which was widened some time after WWII due to increased car ownership.

if you wish to see the images separately.

This next shot was taken from just across the Warwick Road from the above image. A little farther along on the left is Spencer Road, followed by King Henry VIII School.


 
 
 
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