Saltash

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Saltash
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County
Cornwall
Highway Authority
Cornwall

Saltash is a town in south eastern Cornwall. It was unsuccessfully proposed as a Primary Destination by Cornwall Council in 2011.

The town has some impressive road engineering, in the form of the Tamar Bridge and Saltash Tunnel.

Routes

Route To Notes

A38

Liskeard, Landrake, Tideford Originally A387, was A374 from 1935 until 1967.

A38

Plymouth, Exeter Originally A387, was A374 from 1935 until 1967.

A388

Callington, St Mellion

B3271

old routes of A roads through town



Saltash
JunctionsCarkeel Roundabout • Latchbrook Junction • Saltash Town Junction
ServicesSaltash services
CrossingsSaltash Tunnel • Tamar Bridge
RoadsA374 • A38 • A387 • A388 • B3271
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