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Re: red routes, is there any …
by Bryn666 View the latest post
Tue Oct 26, 2021 15:08
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The B3105 is a short B-road in west Wiltshire. It leaves the A363 to the north of Bradford on Avon, and goes eastwards and shortly afterwards crosses the B3109 as the main road. The B3105 then passes Woolley Green and crosses the B3107 at a staggered crossroads. The B3107 has priority at the junction, which is not surprising since it used to be the A3053.
A few hundred yards further on the B3105
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