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English: Norwich Bus Station Sited in the extreme south-east corner of the gridsquare, the new Norwich Bus Station opened in August 2005 at a cost of 4.5 million pounds it was built on land part owned by Norwich Union, whose offices can be seen round about. and
Date 3 May 2006
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Author Graham Hardy

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52° 37′ 26.83″ N, 1° 17′ 34.78″ E

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