West Meon Hut
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|Junctions related to the A272|
Winnall Interchange • Three Maids Hill • Batts Bridge Roundabout • Bolney Crossways • Budletts Roundabout • Spitfire Roundabout (Winchester) • Sheet Interchange • Berelands Interchange • Tylers Green Roundabout • Bolnore Roundabout • Lower Village Roundabout • Highbank Roundabout • Sandrocks Roundabout • Foxhill Roundabout • The Birch Hotel Roundabout • Bedales Corner • Sergisons Arms Roundabouts • Chownes Mead Junction • Butlers Green Junction • Muster Green Gyratory • Sussex Square • Buckbarn Crossroads
The West Meon Hut junction is where the A32 crosses the A272 in East Hampshire. The name comes from the pub on the northeast corner of the junction (which is also called George Inn), a mile north of West Meon village.
Originally, it was a simple crossroads. the junction was a staggered crossroads. Safety improvements were offered by diverting the eastern arm to the south. That diversion has since been relaxed slightly now that the junction is signalised, but there is still a noticeable kink as it diverts around the extended pub. The former alignment now acts as a left-turn filter lane.