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Re: Roads as county/local aut…
by WHBM View the latest post
Sun Jan 16, 2022 23:52
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While the A39 has been extended to the north of its original route, and re-routed to the south, the central section has remained largely the same, albeit with a few bypasses and realignments. Much of the route, as with so many other A roads in the South West, follows old Turnpike roads, and in places even Roman Roads. Below some of the key historical aspects of the route are identified.
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