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by Scratchwood View the latest post
Wed Jun 23, 2021 00:19
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Strand Underpass :
The Strand Underpass permits northbound traffic on the A301 Waterloo Bridge to avoid the junction with the A4 Strand, passing beneath the Aldwych and resurfacing northbound on the A4200 Kingsway. It was originally a tram tunnel, the southern part of which was converted to a one-way road tunnel in 1964.
The tunnel's roof is well below standard overhead clearance and the Underpass is signposted with a height restriction of 11'0" (3.3m).
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