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Description:A55

Taken from 1982 Collins Atlas of Britain. The former course of the A55 through Hawarden and Ewloe can still be seen as an A-road, the A549 is shown as crossing the newly-opened A55 extension from Broughton to the A494 at Ewloe which it never did (the new A55 severed it completely in two), and the M53 'spur' that never was is shown, along with a hint of childhood doodling on my part! Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 18, 2007 by BobSykes

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Location:53.1646811, -3.0393505
Road:A55, A494 , A549
Date:18 02 2007
Photographer:Bobsykes
Source:Coppermine

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Galleries  | A55 | A494 | A549 | Ewloe Interchange | Other Mapping

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current15:36, 15 May 2013Thumbnail for version as of 15:36, 15 May 2013574 × 455 (120 KB)Nickdunn (talk | contribs)'''A55''' Taken from 1982 Collins Atlas of Britain. The former course of the A55 through Hawarden and Ewloe can still be seen as an A-road, the A549 is shown as crossing the newly-opened A55 extension from Broughton to the A494 at Ewloe which it never...

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