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BRUM, BRUM: The shape of the interchange between the new M6 Toll road and the existing M42 on the north east side of Birmingham is beginning to emerge. The large steel bridge pictured will carry the three northbound lanes of the old route across the new road where it sweeps in from its path around the north of Birmingham to head southwards. Below the shape of the new road is becoming clear. Formerly known as the Birmingham Northern Relief Road, the M6 Toll will be Britain's first major ...

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