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Re: A9 dualling
by lotrjw View the latest post
Wed Aug 04, 2021 01:44
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The A350 is a mostly reasonable primary route connecting the M4 to the South Coast. Its original start was in Warminster, but it took over part of the A363 and the entire A364 in 1935 to create a through route from Chippenham. When Chippenham was bypassed to the west it gained a few more miles, taking over a section of the former A429 to connect with the M4.
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