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Re: A77: Ayr to Stranraer
by clc View the latest post
Sun Nov 28, 2021 21:46
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Creech Castle :
The Creech Castle Crossroads is where the A38 meets the A358 Toneway to the west of Taunton town centre. It's a busy signalised crossroads which takes its name from the Creech Castle public house in the north west corner of the junction. The junction is an at-grade diamond, with all four left-turn movements having give-way filter lanes, while the main routes have to
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