Grimsby route unused for ten years has been road to nowhere 'for too long'

WILL the road to nowhere ever lead anywhere?
The route, which leads over the railway lines from Cromwell Road, is now under going repairs having remained largely unused for ten years.
The only vehicles ever to cross the bridge were lorries transporting thousands of tonnes of earth to cap the former Macaulay Lane tip in order to prepare the way for a country park and housing development.
But exactly ten years after the access road was built, the site remains vacant and the road slowly crumbling.
It is now 20 years since the first planning application to build on the former tip site was... read more

12 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 34

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