File:A604 - Collins 1982 - Coppermine - 162.jpg

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Description:A14/A604 - Collins 1982

Dual carriageway running from the A1 to M11, numbered A14 from the A1 to Godmanchester, A604 from Godmanchester to Cambridge. A14 south of Godmanchester is non-primary by this stage.

Bobsykes Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 30, 2005 by M4Simon

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Road:A604, A14 (Royston - Alconbury)
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Source:Coppermine
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current17:08, 6 March 2010Thumbnail for version as of 17:08, 6 March 2010570 × 385 (70 KB)Jeni (talk | contribs)'''A14/A604 - Collins 1982''' Dual carriageway running from the A1 to M11, numbered A14 from the A1 to Godmanchester, A604 from Godmanchester to Cambridge. A14 south of Godmanchester is non-primary by this stage. Bobsykes <small>''Originally uploaded

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