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The A3078 crossing Percuil River at Trethem Mill - Geograph - 811789.jpg
The A3078 crossing Percuil River at Trethem Mill
Trewithian - Geograph - 478631.jpg
Trewithian
A3078 winding through the woods near Freewater - Geograph - 412784.jpg
A3078 winding through the woods near Freewater
View north down A3078 - Geograph - 303440.jpg
View north down A3078
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Tregony Bridge
The river Fal was first crossed here in the 14th century. According to the plague this bridge was completed in 1893.
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A3078 St Mawes

An extreme form of traffic calming, and fully justifying the 6'6' width limit on this A road

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 04, 2006 by t1(M)
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A3078 at St Mawes

Probably one of the narrowest A roads in the country

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 04, 2006 by t1(M)
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A 3078 at St Mawes

The road goes round in a loop, so the narrow part here can be avoided by choosing which branch of the loop to use.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 04, 2006 by t1(M)
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Two pieces of history for the price of one. AA milestone and historic petrol pump outside the former Pomery's Garage, St Mawes.
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The narrow A3078 at St. Mawes
Very steep hill St. Mawes.JPG
Signs at the bottom of Church Hill, St. Mawes at its junction with the A3078.

 

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