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Re: red routes, is there any …
by Micro The Maniac View the latest post
Thu Oct 28, 2021 10:00
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B4319 (Tenby - Pembroke) :
The original route of the B4319 headed west along the coast from the Pembrokeshire coastal town of Tenby.
It started on the A478 on the Tenby sea front and headed west through town, passing under the railway viaduct on Greenhill Road. The next village was Penally, after which the road went under the railway line again at a very tight zigzag.
The road continued west via Lydstep, passing to the north of
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