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Raleghs Cross :
Ralegh's Cross (note spelling, Ralegh, not Raleigh) is an evocative name, although its origin is long forgotten. The junction sits in front of the historic Coaching Inn, the Raleigh's Cross Inn, high on the northern slopes of the Brendon Hills to the east of Exmoor. Originally, it was simply located on the north south route of the B3190, but when the B3224 was extended through
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