Belstead Road :: Shared Description

Belstead Road is a road in Ipswich, Suffolk. It runs from Ellenbrook Road/Stoke Park Drive to Rectory Road where it turns into Stoke Street.
by Hamish Griffin
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TM1643 : Conker Tree on Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : Belstead Road, Ipswich by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : Wall flower on Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1543 : Bus stop opposite Heatherhayes by Hamish Griffin
TM1543 : Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1542 : Belstead Road/Stoke Park Drive junction by Hamish Griffin
TM1542 : St Joseph's College entrance by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : Selwyn Close sign by Hamish Griffin
TM1543 : Crossing at Heatherhayes junction, Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1542 : Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1543 : Zebra crossing, Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : St Mary at Stoke church Hall by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : The edge of the green area on Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1542 : St Joseph's College grounds by Hamish Griffin
TM1543 : Bend to the left with side road to the right sign by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : Willoughby Road junction by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : Belstead Road, looking towards the Willoughby Road junction by Hamish Griffin
TM1543 : Right sign by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : Belstead Road, looking onto Selwyn Close by Hamish Griffin
TM1543 : Purple flowers on Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : Dandelion by Hamish Griffin
TM1542 : Belstead Road/Stoke Park Drive junction by Hamish Griffin
TM1643 : Metal box on Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1542 : Belstead Road by Hamish Griffin
TM1543 : Bend to the left with side road to the right sign by Hamish Griffin

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Created: Fri, 9 May 2014, Updated: Fri, 9 May 2014

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