It is currently Sat Sep 25, 2021 15:37
|Next event: A6 to A8 (11 September 2021). Sign up here.|
- Last post
British and Irish Roads
The study of British and Irish roads - their construction, numbering, history, mapping, past and future official roads proposals and general roads musings.
There is a separate forum for Street Furniture (traffic lights, street lights, road signs etc).
Registered users get access to other forums including discussions about other forms of transport, driving, fantasy roads and wishlists, and roads quizzes.
Moderator: Site Management TeamTopics: 20848
- 20848 Topics
- 470198 Posts
Re: Inescapable B-road to a m…
by jgharston View the latest post
Sat Sep 25, 2021 15:10
|Have you seen....?|
Glyn Bends, Ty Nant :
The Glyn Bends were located on the A5 near Ty Nant in North Wales. In 1994 work started to bypass this section of the A5 with a new cutting to the North, which opened in 1996.
Thomas Telford constructed the original route between London and Holyhead in 1819, including this section of what became the main A5 trunk route alongside the Afon Ceirw. The original route was only 6 metres wide with very
Who is online
In total there are 133 users online :: 9 registered, 1 hidden and 123 guests (based on users active over the past 5 minutes)
Most users ever online was 1047 on Thu Oct 22, 2020 19:01
Total posts 1193316 • Total topics 40995 • Total members 5962 • Our newest member eth724192022