File:An unusual junction on the B4146.jpg

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Description:An unusual junction layout on the B4146 (which runs left to right along the picture). This shows the typical standard of the road (an S2 that gets priority where it connects with unclassified roads, and often small islands where those roads join with it). The unclassified road to the top-left of the picture (Oxford Road) has a filter lane to connect to the unclassified road to the top-right (Station Road); turns from the B4146 itself use a separate sliproad seen at the right of the picture (with an unusual 'keep right' bollard). This layout only works because Station Road is one way.
Location:52.449160, -1.821752
Road:B4146
Date:16 09 2015
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