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Re: N6 Galway bypass
by bothar View the latest post
Wed Dec 08, 2021 00:54
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The B3113 was a short route in east Somerset, running from the A39 at Chewton Mendip to the B3139 at Emborough. Even today it is hardly worthy of being a B road, as it is hemmed in by tall hedges and rather narrow in places! Nevertheless, it is now part of the B3114, which was extended along the former B3113 in 1935.
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