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|Looking towards Bolventor from the east|
Bolventor Junction is a Grade separated junction on the A30 across Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. It was built in the 1990's with the Bolventor Bypass, and incorporates slip roads on the westbound carriageway from either end of the old route and a new trumpet like pair of slip roads for the eastbound carriageway.
As the junction stretches over a mile in length, there was never one single junction here, but several with local roads in and around Bolventor.
Bolventor is famous for its pub, The Jamaica Inn, which was immortalised in Daphne du Maurier's book, Jamaica Inn. The pub itself has become such an attraction that the village and junction are often called The Jamaica Inn, as most people know the name of the pub but tend to forget the village.
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