A371 road

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A371 road
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Route information
Length: 37.6 mi (60.5 km)
Major junctions
South East end: Wincanton
51°02′54″N 2°25′06″W / 51.0484°N 2.4182°W / 51.0484; -2.4182 (A371 road (southeastern end))
  A303 A303 road
A359 A359 road
A37 A37 road
A361 A361 road
A39 A39 road
A38 A38 road
A368 A368 road
A370 A370 road
North West end: Weston-super-Mare
51°20′39″N 2°55′54″W / 51.3443°N 2.9317°W / 51.3443; -2.9317 (A371 road (northwestern end))
Road network

The A371 is a primary road in England running from Wincanton in Somerset, to Weston-super-Mare in North Somerset.

The A371 starts at the A303, then passes Castle Cary, Ansford, Cannard's Grave (where it briefly joins the A37), Shepton Mallet, Croscombe, Wells, Westbury-sub-Mendip, Rodney Stoke, Draycott, Cheddar, Axbridge (where it briefly joins the A38), Winscombe, Banwell and Locking before finishing at the A370.[1]

En route the A371 passes through the Mendip Hills and near to some major tourist destinations such as the Bath and West showground, Wells Cathedral, Wookey Hole Caves, Cheddar Gorge and the Helicopter Museum which is right where the road finishes in Weston-super-Mare.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "A371". SABRE. Retrieved 13 November 2010.