Tile Hill

Tile Hill is a suburb in the west of Coventry, West Midlands, England. It is mostly residential and partly industrial, with some common land and wooded areas. Tile Hill railway station is located on the West Coast Mainline which links Coventry with London and Birmingham, and is situated at the south-western border with Canley and Solihull.

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Tile Hill Wood
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Tile Hill - Photographs
... Maxims Casino (June 2008) Massey Ferguson/AGCO tower Autumn in Gravel Hill The distinctive St ... Oswalds church tower on Jardine Crescent Southern edge of Plants Hill Wood The "Banana" flats on Jardine Crescent The former Tile Hill Centre of City College (now ...
List Of National Express Coventry Bus Routes - Main Routes
... Route Terminals Via Other info 1 Tile Hill Walsgrave Whoberley, Chapelfields, Earlsdon, City Centre, Binley Road Hipswell Highway, Belgrave Road and University ...
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... Rise Eastern Green, Unicorn Avenue Upper Eastern Green Lane Broad Lane, Woodlands School Tile Hill, Jardine Crescent Tile Hill, Hawthorn Lane Tile Hill Village, Station Avenue Charter Avenue Mitchell Avenue ...

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