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Locks of Oxfordshire

                                               

Transport in Reading, Berkshire

Reading s location in the Thames Valley at the confluence of the River Thames and River Kennet, and on both the Great Western Main Line railway and the M4 motorway, some 40 miles west of London has made the town an important location in the natio ...

                                               

Cemetery Junction, Reading

Cemetery Junction is a road junction in East Reading, bordering on Newtown, in the town of Reading in the English county of Berkshire. It is a notorious bottleneck for traffic during rush hour, with the main A4 road meeting the A329 road from Wok ...

                                               

Southcote Junction

Southcote Junction is a railway junction in the town of Reading, Berkshire, England. It is the point where the Reading to Taunton line diverges from the Reading to Basingstoke line, and is situated between the Reading suburbs of Southcote and Col ...

                                               

Locks of Reading, Berkshire

                                               

A6121 road

The A6121 is a short cross-country road in the counties of Lincolnshire and Rutland, England. It forms the principal route between Bourne and Stamford and the A1 in Lincolnshire, continuing on through Ketton in Rutland to its junction with the A4 ...

                                               

Birmingham–Peterborough line

The Birmingham–Peterborough line is a cross-country railway line in the United Kingdom, linking Birmingham, Leicester and Peterborough, via Nuneaton and Oakham. Since the Beeching Axe railway closures in the 1960s, it is the only direct railway l ...

                                               

Oakham–Kettering line

Corby railway station is served by one train per hour to and from London St Pancras via Kettering, Wellingborough, Bedford and Luton. The minimum journey time between Corby and London is 1 hour and 14 minutes. There is a limited service north of ...

                                               

Syston and Peterborough Railway

The Syston and Peterborough Railway was an early railway in England opened between 1845 and 1848 to form a branch from the Midland Counties Railway at Syston just north of Leicester to Peterborough.

                                               

Railway stations in Rutland

                                               

A53 road

The A53 begins in the centre of Buxton off the A6 road, before meeting the A515 road at a roundabout. Out of the town, it has a junction with the A54 road to Congleton before continuing in a south-westerly direction. It crosses the border into th ...

                                               

Burway

                                               

Crewe and Shrewsbury Railway

The Crewe and Shrewsbury Railway was a railway owned by the London and North Western Railway company, built to connect Crewe with the jointly owned with the GWR Shrewsbury and Hereford Railway. Authorised in 1853, planning difficulties accessing ...

                                               

Telford services

Telford Motorway Service Station was opened in 2004 off Junction 4 of the M54 Motorway, near the town of Telford, Shropshire, England. The services are located just to the east of Stafford Park Industrial Estate, and west of Shifnal. It is the on ...

                                               

Bridges in Shropshire

                                               

Canals in Shropshire

                                               

Tunnels in Shropshire

                                               

Transport in Somerset

The earliest known infrastructure for transport in Somerset is a series of wooden trackways laid across the Somerset Levels, an area of low-lying marshy ground. To the west of this district lies the Bristol Channel, while the other boundaries of ...

                                               

Charlton Viaduct

Charlton Viaduct is a disused railway bridge in Shepton Mallet within the English county of Somerset. It is a Grade II* listed building. The bridge was built in the 1870s to carry the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway. It carried the railway over ...

                                               

Gordano services

Gordano services is a motorway service station located at junction 19 of the M5 motorway at the southern end of the Avonmouth Bridge, west of Bristol, England, and close to Portishead. It is owned by Welcome Break and offers KFC, Subway and Burge ...

                                               

Transport in Weston-super-Mare

                                               

Transport in Bath and North East Somerset

                                               

Bridges in Somerset

                                               

Canals in Somerset

                                               

Tunnels in Somerset

                                               

A628 road

The A628 is a major road in England connecting Greater Manchester and South Yorkshire by crossing the Pennine chain of hills by way of the Woodhead Pass through the Peak District National Park. The roads altitude and its exposure to bad weather c ...

                                               

A6182 road

The A6182 is a dual carriageway in Doncaster that runs west and north from Doncaster Sheffield Airport to junction 3 of the M18 and then on to Doncaster town centre. The road is named "White Rose Way" north of the M18, and "Great Yorkshire Way" s ...

                                               

Bridges in South Yorkshire

                                               

Bus operators in South Yorkshire

                                               

Bus stations in South Yorkshire

                                               

Canals in South Yorkshire

                                               

Rail transport in South Yorkshire

                                               

Transport in Doncaster

                                               

Tunnels in South Yorkshire

                                               

M32 motorway

The M32 is a motorway in South Gloucestershire and Bristol, England, which at roughly 4.4 miles is one of Britains shortest. It provides a link from the M4, a major motorway linking London and South Wales, to Bristol city centre and is maintained ...

                                               

M48 motorway

The M48 is a 12-mile long motorway in Great Britain, which connects Gloucestershire, England, and Monmouthshire, Wales, via the Severn Bridge. This road used to be the M4, and as a result is anomalously numbered: as it lies to the north of the cu ...

                                               

M49 motorway

The M49 motorway is a 5-mile motorway west of Bristol, England, that forms a link between the M5 motorway at Junction 18, and the Second Severn Crossing, now officially renamed the Prince of Wales Bridge on the M4 motorway at Junction 22. It was ...

                                               

A403 road

The A403 is a main road linking Bristol with the Severn Estuary. It runs from junction 1 of the M48 at Aust to the docks at Avonmouth. After the Severn Bridge was opened in 1966, the A403 was constructed in 1969 and 1970 to provide a direct route ...

                                               

Henbury Loop Line

The Henbury Loop Line, also known as the Filton to Avonmouth Line is a railway line following the boundary between Bristol and South Gloucestershire between the Severn Beach Line at Hallen Marsh Junction, Avonmouth and the Cross Country Route/Sou ...

                                               

Westerleigh Junction

Westerleigh Junction is a railway junction in Gloucestershire, England, where the Cross Country Route from York to Bristol Temple Meads meets the South Wales Main Line from London Paddington to Swansea, near the village of Westerleigh. The juncti ...

                                               

Bridges in South Gloucestershire District

                                               

Railway stations in Bristol, Bath and South Gloucestershire

                                               

A452 road

The A452 is a road in England, which runs from Leamington Spa, Warwickshire to Brownhills in West Midlands. It is the major link to the M6 motorway for both Leamington and Warwick in addition to serving as Leamingtons link to the M40 motorway and ...

                                               

Keele services

Keele services is a motorway service station, between junctions 15 and 16 of the M6 motorway near Keele in England. Operated by Welcome Break, it was built in 1963 and was designed by Terence Verity of Verity Associates. The nearest towns are Sto ...

                                               

Rykeneld Street

Rykeneld Street or Ryknield Street was a Roman road which ran through the northern Midlands of England from Deva to Derventio via what is now Stoke-on-Trent. It is not to be confused with the Icknield Street. It has in the past also been called b ...

                                               

Bridges in Staffordshire

                                               

Canals in Staffordshire

                                               

Tunnels in Staffordshire

                                               

Buses in Ipswich

Buses in Ipswich operate in the town of Ipswich in the English county of Suffolk. As of 2013 services are primarily operated by Ipswich Buses and First Norfolk & Suffolk, although other smaller operators, such as Galloway European, Carters Coache ...

                                               

Stemless dwarf-cudweed

Hesperevax acaulis is a species of flowering plant in the aster family known by the common name stemless dwarf cudweed. It is native to California and Oregon where it grows in many types of mountain, valley, and coastal habitats, including areas ...

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