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|Fork and roundabout|
Carminow Cross is a roundabout and fork junction between the A30 and A38 near Bodmin, Cornwall. The roundabout is related to the nearby Turfdown Roundabout (to the east), to provide the accesses required for the Carminow Cross interchange. For traffic wishing to use the A30 to and from the east, they must use nearby Callywith Junction.
It is named for the Cornish Cross situated on the site of the roundabout.
Before the Bodmin Bypass was built, the A38 met two roads at the site of the present roundabout, both of which were unclassified. One of the roads crossed the rail line to Bodmin to the south of the junction on the bridge that is now used the by the sliproad from the A30 to the present day roundabout, saving the engineers the need to build a new bridge. The unclassified road was diverted up to nearby Turfdown Roundabout, although that remained a cross roads for some time after the bypass was built.
|Crematorium, Liskeard, Lostwithiel, Plymouth|
|Callywith Gate, Cooksland, Newtons Margate, Bodmin (A389)|
|Carminow, Walker Lines, Woods Browning|