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Re: A487 Caernarfon Bypass
by nowster View the latest post
Sat Jul 24, 2021 22:14
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The city has an infamous ring road, where all but one of the junctions are grade-separated and spaced closely together. It was also one of the first cities to receive a bypass in the 1930s, which is now showing its age, particularly where the A45 meets the A429.
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