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Re: Junctions that are Incomp…
by xnx View the latest post
Tue Dec 07, 2021 00:40
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The B3139 crosses Somerset from the coast at Burnham-on-Sea to just a few miles short of the Wiltshire border near Kilmersdon. Its route is continued across the border by the A366, running on to Trowbridge. The first half, from Burnham to Wells is almost entirely 'urban' in nature, passing through a whole series of linear villages along its way. It then climbs over the Mendips, with barely a house in sight until it reaches Chilcompton, where the route again becomes largely Urban.
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