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Re: Junctions that are Incomp…
by OliverH View the latest post
Tue Nov 30, 2021 21:15
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One of Somerset's great roads, the B3224 starts on the A358 at East Combe, just north of Bishop's Lydeard, and runs across the top of the Brendon Hills and Exmoor to Exford, passing through Raleigh's and Wheddon Crosses along the way.
We start with a junction on the A358, where the B3224 almost immediately passes under the arches of a West Somerset Railway bridge. The
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