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Cheshire Speed Camera Location

SpeedcurbNearest Town/village: Cheadle Hulme
Road Name: A34 - Handforth Bypass
Direction of Camera: Unknown
Speed Limit: 50mph

Speed Camera Details: Set in the central reservation of the bypass, dual facing camera (covers both lanes of the bypass) and takes photos of the rear of your vehicle. Located near the first overpass along the A34 going past cheadle hulme after the first roundabout at Stanley green and the second roundabout in the A34 with the exit to bramhall.

Camera reference number: NWCH086

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