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Re: Newest abandoned roads?
by zapalniczka View the latest post
Thu Dec 09, 2021 10:16
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The A378 is a reasonably short road in central Somerset, which begins on the A372 in Langport where that road turns off to the right as it heads west. On the A378, we immediately pass under a railway bridge before turning west as well and passing through the oldest part of the village, with the church up to the left. Then we cross the River Parrett on Great Bow Bridge before emerging into farmland. However the farmland is short lived as we pass through the large village of Curry
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