spaghetti junction


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spaghetti junction

an interchange, usually between motorways, in which there are a large number of underpasses and overpasses and intersecting roads used by a large volume of high-speed traffic
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Environment minister Peter Walker opening Spaghetti Junction on May 24, 1972
Spaghetti Junction is more than 40 years old and carries the weight of 200,000 vehicles every day.
He started his career building roads in Ghana but his legacy was Spaghetti Junction.
Spaghetti Junction will celebrate its birthday in its own special way.
I'd love to make a film at Spaghetti Junction with a big budget, 3D cameras and post production from Framestore (the effects company behind the Oscar-winning Gravity).
LOST CONTROL OF HIS SENSES': Bhibinder Dhasi, from Stoke, Coventry, was close to Spaghetti Junction when he leapt from his car
During my three months in Birmingham last year at Eastside Projects, when I was a sort of artist-in-residence and at large across the city, I kept finding myself returning to the same spot under Spaghetti Junction.
The Spaghetti Junction scheme has won the support of Birmingham street artist-turned-fine art specialist Temper.
The route, which links junction six of the M6 at Spaghetti Junction to the city centre, closed at 8pm yesterday and reopens at 6am on Monday.
We've teamed up with the Dorothy online artworks studio to offer Birmingham Post readers the chance to win one of their Lost Destination prints, featuring Birmingham's Spaghetti Junction or Central Library.
SPAGHETTI Junction is officially known as the Gravelly Hill Interchange.