File:Cullompton bypass - Coppermine - 17719.jpg

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Description:Cullompton bypass

A 1974 OS map revised for major roads 1972, showing the A38 bypass as built and just before the M5 swallowed it up. Opened November or December 1969 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 10, 2008 by SteveA30

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Location:50.8597104, -3.3879089
Road:A38, M5
Date:10 04 2008
Photographer:Stevea30
Source:Coppermine

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Galleries  | A38 | M5 | A38/History | Cullompton Bypass | Cullompton Interchange | OS Landranger

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current09:58, 11 May 2013Thumbnail for version as of 09:58, 11 May 2013720 × 1,024 (303 KB)Nickdunn (talk | contribs)'''Cullompton bypass''' A 1974 OS map revised for major roads 1972, showing the A38 bypass as built and just before the M5 swallowed it up. Opened November or December 1969 <small>''Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 10, 2008 by SteveA30''</small>

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