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Re: A9 Dualling: Tomatin to M…
by Glen View the latest post
Wed Dec 01, 2021 19:05
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The one thing that makes the B3129 special is Brunel's Bridge. It is one of the best known landmarks in the British Isles, and is THE symbol of Bristol. However, this road is about much more than the bridge!
We start several miles away at a crossroads with the B3130. A few tight bends take us up the hill to the east of the Tyntesfield Estate and on to the strange triangular
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