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Houses along the A3090 - Geograph - 959373.jpg
Houses along the A3090
Hockley Link roundabout - Geograph - 1233778.jpg
Hockley Link roundabout
Unusually steep slip road onto the M3 from the Itchen Valley - Geograph - 276909.jpg
Unusually steep slip road onto the M3 from the Itchen Valley
Hockley Link A3090 and the Twyford Down M3 cutting - Geograph - 270606.jpg
Hockley Link A3090 and the Twyford Down M3 cutting
The B3335 meets the Hockley Link under the M3 - Geograph - 25726.jpg
The B3335 meets the Hockley Link under the M3
Milestone, Crampmoor - Geograph - 1659391.jpg
Milestone, Crampmoor
Badger Farm Road from Whiteshute Bridge - Geograph - 451994.jpg
Badger Farm Road from Whiteshute Bridge
A3090 (old A31) - Coppermine - 10458.jpg
A3090 (old A31)

Heading south out of Romsey to D2 partly made from S2.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 28, 2007 by SteveA30
A3090 (old A31) - Coppermine - 10457.jpg
A3090 (old A31)

Looking north along lovely old dual carriageway that used to carry all the New Forest, Bournemouth and Dorset holiday traffic.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 28, 2007 by SteveA30
A3090 (old A31) - Coppermine - 10456.jpg
A3090 (old A31)

Looking south. Very similar character to the old Winchester bypass, including central hedges.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 28, 2007 by SteveA30
A3090 (old A31) - Coppermine - 10455.jpg
A3090 (old A31)

Looking south to where original line veers off temporarily.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 28, 2007 by SteveA30
A3090 (old A31) - Coppermine - 10454.jpg
A3090 (old A31)

Looking north. No barriers, just trees. No hatching, a perfectly preserved 60's dual carriageway.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 28, 2007 by SteveA30
A3090 (old A31) - Coppermine - 10453.jpg
A3090 (old A31)

Looking south towards the A36 rbt down the hill, another cause of queues in the old days, before the M27 opened in 1974/75.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 28, 2007 by SteveA30
The Straight Mile from the corner of Jermyns Lane - Geograph - 3020496.jpg
The Straight Mile from the corner of Jermyns Lane
The Straight Mile at the corner of Jermyns Lane - Geograph - 3020514.jpg
The Straight Mile at the corner of Jermyns Lane
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New Forest Roadtrip
Hockley Link roundabout approach - Geograph - 1233796.jpg

The Hocley Link road turns left ast this roundabout. Ahead is a slip road to the M3.

 

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