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Re: Why has the A466 south of…
by solocle View the latest post
Tue May 18, 2021 09:12
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Created in 1922 as part of the direct route between Andover and Warminster avoiding Salisbury, the A344 was shortened twice in the 20th century until its final route was scarcely more than a mile long. The number has now disappeared completely from the maps.
The A344 used roads that pre-date human habitation of Britain,
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