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red routes, is there any info…
by forestgump View the latest post
Mon Oct 25, 2021 22:31
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The B3368 is a short road through Locking, a small village near Weston-super-Mare, following the former route of the A371. The latter's new route was built in the late 1930s, providing a bypass to Locking and allowing the passage of completed aircraft from the Bristol Aeroplane Company shadow factory at Elborough (to the east) to Weston Airport, which lies to the west of Locking.
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