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- The end of Road Schemes Steve 31 March 2020
Well, it was fun while it lasted. Thanks for all the time you've put in to…
- London's missing northern motorways Russell Blandamer 31 March 2020
Those unusual lamp columns on the Hendon section of the M1 are interesting…
- The end of Road Schemes Floyd 31 March 2020
I often follow old railway lines and canals on old maps (side by side is…
Latest Bad Junctions comments
- A7 - A68 - A720 Ian Phillips 1 March 2020
Local press suggests that the whole improvement may be ditched given the…
- A7 - A68 - A720 Floyd 23 February 2020
EXACTLY the same as when they made part of the M5 two lanes instead of at…
- A7 - A68 - A720 Ray King 22 February 2020
I was on the local Community Council which covers the Sherifhall Roundabout…
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