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Personal collection

Items I own are listed here. These are all books and other printed material; for miscellaneous objects see below.

Item Date
A Road Plan for Lancashire (1949) 1949
Cardiff Developmemt and Transportation Study: Main Study Report (1968) 1968
County of London Plan (1943) 1943
Eccles By-Pass M.602: Official Opening (1971) 1971
Environmental Effects of the Construction of Primary Roads: Illustrative Examples (1970) 1970
European rules concerning road traffic, signs and signals (1974) 1974
Greater London Development Plan (1976) 1976
Greater London Plan (1944) 1944
Greater London Development Plan: Preliminary Report (1966) 1966
Greater London Development Plan: Report of Studies (1969) 1969
Greater London Development Plan: Statement (1969) 1969
Highway Development Survey (1937) 1937
M25 Orbital Motorway (1986) 1986
M63 Motorway through a Town (1983) 1983
Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways (1961) 1961
Motorways (1969) 1969
Motorways in London (1969) 1969
Movement in London (1969) 1969
Newcastle (1967) 1967
New Roads in West and North Central London (1967) 1967
New Towns: Their Origins, Achievements and Progress (1977) 1977
North Cross Route: General Report (1966) 1966
Preston By-pass Official Opening (1958) 1958
Report of the Committee on London Roads (1959) 1959
SELNEC - A Highway Plan (1962) 1962
Skelmersdale link to M6 and Glenburn Road: Official Opening (1970) 1970
Tomorrow's London (1969) 1969
Traffic in Towns (1963) 1963
Traffic Noise (1966) 1966
Traffic Signs (1963) 1963
West Cross Route: Interim Report on Stage I (1962) 1962
West Midlands Transport Study (1967) 1967


Objects, ornaments and other tat lying around the place are listed here.

Bits and pieces

Some other stuff I have on the wiki, mostly for my own amusement or information.

Chris's shopping list
has files located by browsing the National Archives catalogue folders page-by-page, which I have yet to see.
Chris's LMA hit list
includes stuff I want to investigate at London Metropolitan Archives.
Things Chris wants to see again
should be fairly self-explanatory.