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Description:A14 at Spaldwick The modern A14 runs between Felixstowe and Catthorpe (where it joins the M1 and M6), although in road numbering terms this is relatively newly created mainly by upgrading stretches of existing roads with different numbers (here it was part of the A604). It is now a major route for lorries heading to the east coast port, although there are relatively few of them to be seen here on a Saturday.
Location:52.346050, -0.349035
Road:A14
Date:06 12 2008
Photographer:(c) Copyright Stephen McKay and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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Galleries  | A14 | Spaldwick Interchange | Huntingdonshire

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