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St Paul's Road approaching Northgate Gyratory in Chichester - Geograph - 3120811.jpg
Approaching Northgate Gyratory in Chichester
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A gyratory is a junction that is functionally similar to a roundabout, but is generally larger and may well use a pre-existing road network converted to one-way streets in order to provide roundabout-like functionality, generally without clear priority on entrances. A gyratory often has buildings within its central area. Some gyratories are also grade-separated junctions.

Well-known gyratories include:

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