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Description:Hemel Hempstead- The Magic Roundabout
Hemel's Magic Roundabout was constructed in 1973, a year after its counterpart in Swindon. It is formally known as The Plough Roundabout or Moor End Roundabout. Despite their reputation these roundabouts work well and it is doubtful if any driver using them regularly would think twice about them. The River Gade flows through the middle. This is an accidental retake from the same viewpoint of Giles' <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/377720'>TL0506 : Hemel Hempstead's 'Magic Roundabout'</a>. The one major change that seems to have taken place is the reconfiguration of the junction arrangements with the road boottom right.
Location:51.746101, -0.472831
Road:A414, A4146
Date:10 01 2010
Photographer:� Copyright Nigel Cox and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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Galleries  | A414 | A4146 | Hemel Hempstead | Plough Roundabout | Magic Roundabout

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current16:46, 8 April 2010Thumbnail for version as of 16:46, 8 April 2010640 × 480 (74 KB)Sabristo simon (talk | contribs)'''Hemel Hempstead- The Magic Roundabout'''<br/>Hemel's Magic Roundabout was constructed in 1973, a year after its counterpart in Swindon. It is formally known as The Plough Roundabout or Moor End Roundabout. Despite their reputation these roundabouts wor

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