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28 - 36 Cam Road, in 1965

2 Elizabeth Way (36 – 28 Cam Road)

History of 2 Elizabeth Way

Ted Salisbury started his business in the 1930s in a small shed next to the Fleur de Lys. It later crossed the road.

Opening of Elizabeth Way bridge (MoC)

Elizabeth Way bridge opening, 13th May 1971 (MoC201/71)

1962: (36 – 28)

Ted Salisbury and Son, motor engineers

Elizabeth Way, 1971 (MoC 171/71)

Demolition of houses prior to building of Elizabeth Way bridge (Camb Collection)

Elizabeth Way bridge (MoC29/55/70)

Elizabeth Way bridge (MoC30/55/70)

Elizabeth Way bridge (MoC31/55/70)

Elizabeth Way bridge, 1970 (MoC32/55/70)

Elizabeth Way bridge, 1970 (MoC33/55/70)

Elizabeth Way bridge, 1970 (MoC34/55/70)

Elizabeth Way bridge, 1970 (MoC35/55/70)

Elizabeth Way bridge (MoC175/71)

Elizabeth Way bridge (MoC57/71)

Elizabeth Way bridge, Aug 1969 preparations (MoC20/100/69)

Elizabeth Way, site of new bridge (MoC19/160/69)

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