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B479 near Wallingford and Benson This page contains scans from a map that is believed may be out of copyright according to UK Crown Copyright, UK Copyright Law for other maps published in the United Kingdom, or Irish Government Copyright, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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Main roads around Wallingford and Benson, following the expansion of RAF Benson in the Second World War This page contains scans from a map that is believed may be out of copyright according to UK Crown Copyright, UK Copyright Law for other maps published in the United Kingdom, or Irish Government Copyright, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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Signs ahead
Couple of road signs in the distance inform you of which way to go at the crossroads on Port Way.
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Benson Airfield 3

The 7th series map (1967) shows the airfield in full for the first time. However, despite the passage of nearly 30 years since its construction, the roads haven't yet been renumbered: the A423 stops either side of Benson... (My 1974 Book of the Road has the A423 following the B479 and A4130.) Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 20, 2006 by FosseWay

This page contains scans from a map that is believed may be out of copyright according to UK Crown Copyright, UK Copyright Law for other maps published in the United Kingdom, or Irish Government Copyright, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
If the copyright holder considers this is an infringement of their rights, please contact the site management team to discuss further steps.

 

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