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Re: Philip's Navigator - much…
by Big L View the latest post
Sun Oct 17, 2021 14:36
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The B3222 is a strange U-shaped road, connecting the small market town of Dulverton with the A396.
The road actually starts in Devon, on the A396 at Exebridge, but almost immediately crosses the Exe Bridge into Somerset. We then pass through Brushford, before picking up a wide and pleasant road along the banks of the River Barle, heading north west and entering Dulverton on its south side.
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