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Re: Junctions named after def…
by SteelCamel View the latest post
Fri Sep 17, 2021 19:36
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The B4146 is an unusually shaped road in the southeastern suburbs of Birmingham. Throughout most of its length it acts as an alternative route to the A4040, with most of its sections leaving that road and then rejoining it later on.
The B4146 starts on the A41 in Tyseley and heads northeast, notwithstanding the fact that the other end of the road is to the southwest of here. This first stretch of the
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