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The A4361 starts at a roundabout where the A361 meets the A4. The A4361 initially heads northeastwards and soon reaches Avebury, which is famous for its prehistoric monuments. It crosses the West Kennet Avenue of stones and then bends sharply left to enter the stone circle and run through the village itself. We zigzag past the pub before leaving the circle and reentering open country.
The road now continues north along a reasonably straight road, passing a number of small villages. At Berwick Bassett we bend sharply right then left again a few hundred yards further on to regain our northerly alignment. As the road continues it now bends gradually to the right. It passes the former RAF Wroughton, now a store for the Science Museum, and then descends into Wroughton itself.
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|Published :||07/10/2015 (d/m/y) 21:14|
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