It is currently Thu Dec 02, 2021 12:45
- 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: 20930
- 20930 Topics
- 472939 Posts
Re: Road Investment Strategy …
by KeithW View the latest post
Thu Dec 02, 2021 12:35
|Have you seen....?|
Despite being tight up to the edge of Bristol, the 1923 MOT map still just about manages to identify the route of the B3126.
The original route of the B3124 ran from Portishead into Bristol across the Clifton Suspension Bridge, meaning the section of road from Leigh Woods down to Ashton Gate needed another number, and so the B3126 was created. This route became part of
Who is online
In total there are 158 users online :: 13 registered, 0 hidden and 145 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 1202390 • Total topics 41185 • Total members 6019 • Our newest member Mishal21