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Blackwater, Dorset is a small hamlet in the borough of Christchurch, Dorset, in southern England. It is best known for the grade separated road junction between the A338 Ringwood to Bournemouth road and the B3073 road to Bournemouth Airport (and to Christchurch in the opposite direction). It was once the site of a ferry crossing on the River Stour.
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