B4058 road

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The B4058 is a minor road in southwest England. It starts in Eastville, a suburb of Bristol and ends at Nailsworth in the Cotswolds, passing through the counties of Bristol, South Gloucestershire and Gloucestershire.

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Stapleton Church on the B4058

The B4058's southern terminus is with the A432 in Eastville, a suburb of Bristol (51°28′13″N 2°33′50″W / 51.4703°N 2.5638°W / 51.4703; -2.5638 (B4058 road (southwestern end))). From there it heads north to where it meets the M32 motorway at junction 2, whence it continues north, through Stapleton, Broomhill and Frenchay before meeting the A4174 ring road, on the outskirts of Frenchay.

North of the ring road the B4058, called Winterbourne Hill, passes through Hambrook, then into Winterbourne, where it becomes High Street. After Winterbourne, the road is known as Bristol Road; it passes through Frampton Cotterell and Iron Acton. After Iron Acton the road becomes the B4059 on towards Yate and Engine Common. The B4058 turns right and heads north, through Rangeworthy, Bagstone, Cromhall and Charfield, where it passes into Gloucestershire. From there it continues to Wotton under Edge. After Wotton the road continues through the Cotswolds to its northern terminus at Nailsworth (51°41′34″N 2°13′09″W / 51.6929°N 2.2191°W / 51.6929; -2.2191 (B4058 road (northeastern end))).

Coordinates: 51°36′03″N 2°26′24″W / 51.6009°N 2.4399°W / 51.6009; -2.4399 (B4058 road)