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Re: N6 Galway bypass
by bothar View the latest post
Wed Dec 08, 2021 00:54
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The A370 is a route which heads south west from Bristol to the coastal resort of Weston-super-Mare, and then continues south to rejoin the A38. As such, it can be considered a "long-way-around" route - to travel from one end to the other it would be more direct and probably quicker to take the A38. In many cases such circuitous routes are caused by extension of a pre-existing number, but in this case it appears that the A370 had essentially the same route as it had in the
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