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Choose from 21 pictures in our Flyover collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Westway Flyover JLP01_10_00756
Westway Flyover JLP01_10_00756
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Transporter crane JLP01_10_05146a
Transporter crane JLP01_10_05146a
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Westway Flyover JLP01_10_00753
Westway Flyover JLP01_10_00753
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Soffit cables JLP01_10_00541
Soffit cables JLP01_10_00541
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Gantry crane JLP01_10_00452
Gantry crane JLP01_10_00452
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Transporter crane JLP01_10_00447
Transporter crane JLP01_10_00447
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Passing bus JLP01_10_00430
Passing bus JLP01_10_00430
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Protest, government and media JLP01_08_085067m
Protest, government and media JLP01_08_085067m
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Negotiation JLP01_08_085067L
Negotiation JLP01_08_085067L
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Filming a protest JLP01_08_085067j
Filming a protest JLP01_08_085067j
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Dray horses JLP01_08_086067g
Dray horses JLP01_08_086067g
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Journalists JLP01_08_085067d
Journalists JLP01_08_085067d
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Gantry crane JLP01_10_00452 Featured Image

Gantry crane JLP01_10_00452

WESTWAY FLYOVER, A40, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA, GREATER LONDON. The gantry lifting a deck beam into position during construction of the Westway Flyover where it spans the canal leading to Paddington Basin.
Work on site for the Western Avenue Extension began on 1st September 1966, and the Westway as it became known was officially opened on 28th July 1970. The elevated highway connecting the A40 at White City to Marylebone Road in Paddington, at around 2 ½ miles, was the longest in Europe. The construction was organised into six sections. Sections 1, 4, 5 & 6 formed the main flyover into central London with Sections 2 & 3 being the West Cross Route, running south from the junction in Section 1 near Latimer Road to Shepherds Bush. Different construction techniques were used for Section 6; the road deck was formed from longitudinal beams rather than sections spanning the width of the carriageway. As part of the project, Harrow Road was divided and the northbound carriageway carried on a second deck beneath the main Westway Flyover. This photograph was taken at grid reference TQ2639081701

© Historic England Archive

Filming on the move JLP01_08_085067c
Filming on the move JLP01_08_085067c
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Celebration dinner JLP01_08_085067a
Celebration dinner JLP01_08_085067a
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Protestor JLP01_08_085066
Protestor JLP01_08_085066
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Protesting to Heseltine JLP01_08_085064
Protesting to Heseltine JLP01_08_085064
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Workers celebration JLP01_08_085062
Workers celebration JLP01_08_085062
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Almost touching JLP01_08_084884
Almost touching JLP01_08_084884
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Filming JLP01_08_085061
Filming JLP01_08_085061
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Flyovers AA083828
Flyovers AA083828
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Slip road watch tower DP248963
Slip road watch tower DP248963
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