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Re: Great Yarmouth road impro…
by jackal View the latest post
Mon Nov 29, 2021 19:42
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Winchester Bypass :
The A33 Winchester Bypass was a significant piece of road engineering in the pre motorway era. Opening on February 1st, 1940, it was one of the first fully dual carriageway bypasses in the country, although it was largely not grade separated, which proved to be its downfall. Today, most of the road has been obliterated, with only the very northern section still recognisable as its original form.
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