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Re: Roads before and after co…
by roadphotos View the latest post
Thu Jan 20, 2022 11:34
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The A354 is a primary road that runs southwest between Salisbury and the coast at Weymouth and Portland. Formerly the main road from the Channel port towards London, the route north of Dorchester has in more recent times been superseded by the A31, but it still remains primary as a cross-county road. Its route has barely changed in over two centuries, as can be seen with almost every 18th-century milestone still at the road's edge, still readable at 60 mph.
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