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Longbridge Town Centre from the air

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aerial photograph of Longbridge Town Centre, Birmingham , West Midlands ,England, B31 UK. Longbridge Town Centre development is a new town centre built on the site of the former British Leyland car factory. The new town centre has numerous retail outlets together with the striking new buildings of the Bournville College ( Blue building on the left )


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