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Re: Why are some Motorways nu…
by Owain View the latest post
Sat Oct 16, 2021 07:15
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The B3190 is a rural B-road which crosses eastern Exmoor.
In 1922 it began at an end-on junction with the B3191 in the town of Watchet, about three quarters of a mile north of its present starting-point in the hamlet of Five Bells. However, in 1935 the B3191 was extended along the original route of the B3189 from Five Bells to Williton, and it is presumed it also took over
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