Barnstaple in 1953, before any of the bypasses were built!
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A386 dodgy patchingOriginally uploaded to Coppermine on May 10, 2006 by DavidBrown
The B3233 viewed from the Torridge Bridge
Junction of Huish Road
Level crossing at Instow
Approaching Fremington from the east
B3233 from Instow - dodgy patchOriginally uploaded to Coppermine on May 10, 2006 by DavidBrown
New signage installed in early 2012 when the road was downgraded from A386 to B3233
New signage installed early 2012 when the road was downgraded from A386 to B3233.
New signage installed when the A386 was diverted along Bideford Quay and the B3233 was extended from the Westleigh roundabout to the Bideford Old Bridge
One of the signs that wasn't removed when the route was downgraded from the A386 to the B3233 - as on July 2012
Patches galore! The Instow B3233 patch I think used to have Barnstaple underneath. The yellow patch is to direct overweight vehicles away from the Bideford old bridge and I am not sure what was under the A39 patch. This was replaced in early 2012.