Bakers Arms Roundabout
|Bakers Arms Roundabout|
|Location Map ( geo)|
|A35, A351, B3067|
Bakers Arms Roundabout is a junction on the A35 near Lytchett Minster.
It was built with the Upton and Lytchett Minster Bypass, and was named after the former pub on Dorchester Road. The original alignment of the A35 is Dorchester Road, and continued west of here, and the A351 met it at a T-junction roughly where the bend on Dorchester Road is today.
Immediately south of here is King's Bridge over Sherford River.
|Dorchester, Bere Regis 7, Weymouth (A354)|
|Poole, Bournemouth Upton 2½, Hamworthy 4, (B3068)|
|Lytchett Minster, Courtyard Craft Centre 1|