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Aller Cross Roundabout

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Aller Cross Roundabout
Location Map ( geo)
North Devon - The A361 - Geograph - 3359344.jpg
Roundabout Advance Direction Sign
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Location
South Molton
County
Devon
Highway Authority
Devon
Junction Type
Roundabout
Roads Joined
A39, A399, B3226
Junctions related to the A399


The Aller Cross roundabout is to the North East of South Molton, a small North Devon market town. Whilst most of the traffic from the east will continue towards Barnstaple and Bideford, some will turn right onto the A399 towards the holiday destinations of Ilfracombe, Combe Martin and Woolacombe. This holiday traffic is signed this way to avoid the traffic of Barnstaple, although this is not as bad as before the Barnstaple Western Bypass was built.

Just south of the roundabout on the B3226 is a turning towards Stags Head and Filleigh. This was part of the original A361 before the North Devon Link Road was built.

Several years after opening, a Little Chef restaurant was opened. However, this did not last many years and in 2005 the North Gate Inn took over the site.

Routes

Route To Notes

A361

Exeter, Taunton (M5), Tiverton

A361

Barnstaple, Bideford, (A39)

A399

Blackmore Gate, Combe Martin, Ilfracombe, Woolacombe

B3226

South Molton




Aller Cross Roundabout
Related Pictures
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North Devon - The A361 - Geograph - 3359344.jpg
Junctions on the A361
Ilfracombe to Sampford PeverellLake Roundabout • Bishops Tawton • Portmore Roundabout • Aller Cross • Tiverton Parkway Interchange
Taunton to BeckhamptonWalford Cross • The Pipers • (Westway Roundabout) • Wirrall Park Roundabout • Cannards Grave • Beckington Services • Longfield • Hilperton Road • Fieldways • Semington • Littleton • The Stocks • Seend Fork
Swindon to KilsbyRat Trap (Honda) • Burford Roundabout • Banbury Cross • M40 J11 • Kilsby

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