A30 Road :: Shared Description

The A30 is 284 miles long, from central London to Land's End, historically known as the Great South West Road. The M3 and A303 now are the preferred route for most travellers. Only part of the road is still a trunk road.
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SY1399 : A30 following a Roman Road by Julian P Guffogg
SY0293 : Bridge over the A30 by N Chadwick
SX9993 : A30 by Exeter Airport by N Chadwick
SU9970 : The A30 at Englefield Green by David Howard
SY0997 : A30, Patteson's Cross by N Chadwick
ST1501 : A30, Honiton bypass by N Chadwick
SY0093 : A30 passing Exeter Airport by N Chadwick
SY0897 : A30, westbound by N Chadwick
SY0394 : Sweeping curve, A30 by N Chadwick
SX9893 : A30, eastbound by N Chadwick
SX8493 : A30 bridge ahead by Julian P Guffogg
SX6694 : A30 past Trundlebeer by Julian P Guffogg
ST2006 : A30, Reddick's Hill by N Chadwick
SY0394 : Overbridge, A30 by N Chadwick
SX9288 : Elegant footbridge on A30 by Julian P Guffogg
TQ1176 : Roundabout A4/A30 by N Chadwick
SY1298 : B3177 turn, A30 by N Chadwick
ST1701 : A30 by N Chadwick
SX9893 : A30, westbound by N Chadwick
SY1098 : Footbridge over the A30 by N Chadwick
SY0193 : A30, westbound by N Chadwick
ST1601 : Approaching the A35 turn, A30 by N Chadwick
SY1299 : A30, westbound by N Chadwick
ST2107 : A30 crossroads by Julian P Guffogg
ST1803 : A30, Monkton Court by N Chadwick

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Created: Fri, 16 Sep 2011, Updated: Fri, 16 Sep 2011

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