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Re: Why are some Motorways nu…
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Sat Oct 16, 2021 19:54
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The A47 is a key route connecting Lowestoft, on the east coast of Suffolk, via Great Yarmouth on the east coast of Norfolk, to the city of Birmingham in the West Midlands. However, most of the 17-mile-long section between Nuneaton and Castle Bromwich which was part of the original A47 has now been reclassified as the B4114.
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