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Re: red routes, is there any …
by Micro The Maniac View the latest post
Thu Oct 28, 2021 10:00
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The A30 is the third longest A-road in Britain, yet for about half its length it's non-primary - playing second fiddle first to the M3 and then to the A303. However, it is a lifeline to the people of Cornwall as well as Central and Western Devon, as for most of its route between Honiton and Penzance it is a mostly grade-separated dual carriageway.
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