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Canals in Derbyshire

                                               

Structures in Derbyshire

                                               

Tunnels in Derbyshire

                                               

A381 road

The A381 road is a non-trunk A-class road in Devon, England which serves as an important link between the towns of Teignmouth, Kingsteignton, Newton Abbot, Totnes and Salcombe and many villages in between, with the busiest section having 6 lanes ...

                                               

A382 road

The road starts in Newton Abbot at the junction with the A381, continuing out through the town, past the connection to the A383 which links to the A38 southbound. It continues past Stover School, Stover Country Park and the Newton Abbot branch of ...

                                               

Barnstaple Western Bypass

The Barnstaple Western Bypass is a congestion-relief scheme designed to take road traffic away from the town centre of Barnstaple, a market town in Devon, South West England. Construction of the new road started in the Spring of 2005 and it was o ...

                                               

Bridges in Devon

                                               

Stem raillardella

Raillardella scaposa is a species of flowering plant in the aster family known by the common name stem raillardella. It is native to the Sierra Nevada of California and western Nevada and parts of the southern Cascade Range in Oregon, where it gr ...

                                               

Transport in Dorset

Dorset is a county in South West England. The county is largely rural and therefore does not have a dense transport network, and is one of the few English counties without a motorway. Due to its position on the English Channel coast, and its natu ...

                                               

A3066 road

                                               

First Hampshire & Dorset

First Hampshire & Dorset was created out of various different smaller companies which were merged once FirstGroup had acquired them. In October 1995 FirstBus purchased the bus services in Fareham, Gosport and Portsmouth operated by Peoples Provin ...

                                               

Sandbanks Ferry

Sandbanks Ferry is a vehicular chain ferry which crosses the entrance of Poole Harbour in the English county of Dorset. The route runs from Sandbanks to Studland and in doing so connects the coastal parts of the towns of Bournemouth and Poole wit ...

                                               

Transport in Verwood

                                               

Bridges in Dorset

                                               

Tunnels in Dorset

                                               

A167 road

The A167 is a road in North East England. Most of its route was formerly the A1 being the original route of the Great North Road until the A1 was re-routed with the opening of the A1 in the 1960s.

                                               

A1086 road

The A1086 is a road in County Durham, north-east England. The route of the A1086 starts from the A19 junction in Easington and runs to the A179 junction in Hartlepool via Peterlee, Horden, Blackhall Colliery, Blackhall Rocks, Crimdon and Hart Sta ...

                                               

A1018 road

The A1018 is a road in North East England. It runs between South Shields, at the mouth of the River Tyne, and the A19 near Seaham, County Durham. Most of the route it follows is the old alignment of the A19, before it by-passed Sunderland to meet ...

                                               

A66 road

The A66 is a major road in Northern England, which in part follows the course of the Roman road from Scotch Corner to Penrith. It runs from east of Middlesbrough in the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire to Workington in Cumbria. It is anomalou ...

                                               

National Cycle Route 14

National Cycle Route 14 forms part of the National Cycle Network in North East England. It connects Darlington in County Durham with South Shields on the River Tyne. The route has currently a length of 86 miles. Much of it uses paths along disuse ...

                                               

Bridges in County Durham

                                               

Transport in the Borough of Hartlepool

                                               

Transport in the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees

                                               

A166 road

The A166 road is a trunk road between the outskirts of York and Driffield in the historic county of Yorkshire. The road used to terminate at the seaside town of Bridlington, until the opening of the Driffield by-pass caused the final section to b ...

                                               

A63 road

The A63 is a major road in Yorkshire, England between Leeds and Kingston upon Hull. A section between South Cave and Hull forms the eastward continuation of the M62 motorway and is part of the unsigned Euroroute E20.

                                               

A1033 road

The A1033 road is a main arterial route across Kingston upon Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire connecting Hull with Withernsea. The road carries traffic to and from the Port of Hull and Salt End at its western end, and local and holiday traff ...

                                               

Holderness Area Rural Transport

                                               

National Cycle Route 66

National Cycle Network Route 66 is a Sustrans National Route that runs from Kingston upon Hull to Manchester via Beverley, York and Leeds. Between Pocklington and York it forms part of the Way of the Roses challenge route. In 1998 the section of ...

                                               

Struncheon Hill Lock

Struncheon Hill Lock was built as a later addition to the Driffield Navigation in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It improved access to the next section of water during low tide conditions, and is the first lock. It is sometimes known as " ...

                                               

Wansford Lock

Wansford Lock was built as part of the Driffield Navigation in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It was opened in 1770, and restored in 2009. It was designated Grade II in 1985.

                                               

Whinhill Lock

Whinhill Lock was built as part of the Driffield Navigation in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It was originally opened in 1770, and was restored in 2004.

                                               

Bus operators in the East Riding of Yorkshire

                                               

Canals in the East Riding of Yorkshire

                                               

Bridges in the East Riding of Yorkshire

                                               

Locks on the Driffield Navigation

                                               

Rail transport in the East Riding of Yorkshire

                                               

Tunnels in the East Riding of Yorkshire

                                               

Excel Coaches

                                               

First Essex

First Essex arose from an amalgamation of Eastern National and Thamesway Buses. First Essex was originally part of the Eastern National Omnibus Company, founded in 1929, nationalised in 1949 and privatised in a management buyout in October 1986. ...

                                               

Hadleigh Bus Depot

Hadleigh Bus Depot is a bus garage in Hadleigh, east of London. It is used by First Essex buses who operate many of the routes in the county of Essex and especially in the South East of the county. It has the depot code HH.

                                               

Transport in Essex by district

                                               

Canals in Essex

                                               

Tunnels in Essex

                                               

A417 road

The A417 is a main road in England running from Streatley, Berkshire to Hope under Dinmore, Herefordshire. It is best known for its section between Cirencester and Gloucester where it has primary status and forms part of the link between the majo ...

                                               

A419 road

The A419 road is a primary route between Chiseldon near Swindon at junction 15 of the M4 with the A346 road, and Whitminster in Gloucestershire, England near the M5 motorway. The A419 is managed and maintained by a private company, Road Managemen ...

                                               

A4032 road

                                               

M50 motorway (Great Britain)

The M50 is a dual two-lane motorway in Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, and Herefordshire, England. Sometimes referred to as the Ross Spur, it is a 22 miles connection of the M5 motorway to a point near Ross-on-Wye, where it joins the A40 road co ...

                                               

Icknield Street

Icknield Street or Ryknild Street is a Roman road in England, with a route roughly south-west to north-east. It runs from the Fosse Way at Bourton on the Water in Gloucestershire to Templeborough in South Yorkshire. It passes through Alcester, St ...

                                               

Bridges in Gloucestershire

                                               

Bus stations in Gloucestershire

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