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Re: Unbypassed Towns?
by Glenn A View the latest post
Sat Jan 22, 2022 21:40
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The Globe :
The Globe Roundabout on the western fringe of the city of Bath takes its name from the adjacent pub. It is the northern end of the A39, where it terminates on the A4. The fourth arm of the roundabout is Pennyquick, an unclassified route that provides a short cut to the southern suburbs of the city.
The A4 to the east, heading into Bath, was dualled many years ago as far
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