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former Austin Rover / British Leyland works Longbridge from the air

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aerial photograph of Longbridge Birmingham West Midlands England UK showing the former Austin Rover / British Leyland works. The Longbridge plant was opened by Herbert Austin in 1905 and produced vehicles up until 2016. Today parts are occupied by the research and development facility of SAIC but the last of the manufacturing facilities were demolished in 2019-20.


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