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Re: British Answers to Well-k…
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Mon Jul 26, 2021 02:30
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The A590 is the mostly primary road between junction 36 of the M6 and the town of Barrow-in-Furness. It runs north-east to south-west, forming the southern border of the Lake District for part of its route. Originally terminating at a T-junction on the A6, it now officially ends on junction 36 of the M6 following a TOTSO with the A591. Its traditional route, as outlined further down, was made up of a series of
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