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Crandon Bridge :
The Junction at Crandon Bridge has long been an important one, as this was the historic split between the Bristol and Bath Roads out of Bridgwater. It was not until the mid 19th Century that the new Bristol Road (now the A38) was built from Bridgwater to Dunball, prior to that traffic used the Bath Road, which was less prone to blockage by mud and floods. For over a
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