Difference between revisions of "The Portway"

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51.477013, -2.648606, The Portway
 
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'''To Bristol''': [[Sneyd Park Junction]]<br>
 
'''To Bristol''': [[Sneyd Park Junction]]<br>
 
'''To Avonmouth''': [[Sea Mills]]
 
'''To Avonmouth''': [[Sea Mills]]

Latest revision as of 19:23, 27 April 2019

To Bristol: Sneyd Park Junction
To Avonmouth: Sea Mills

History

The Portway is the name for the A4 road as it travels through the Avon Gorge (and under the Clifton Suspension Bridge) into Bristol. As the road enters Bristol it was built partly on the alignment of the Bristol Port Railway & Pier's Hotwells branch.

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