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SE01: ST. PATRICK'S

OVERVIEW
ST. PATRICK'S runs from TR01: STAFFORD STREET to TR02: BROAD STREET. It is located North-East of the city centre.

Clockwise, it is three lanes wide, with the left-hand lane being marked as an exit lane for WEDNESFIELD WAY (A4124). Anticlockwise, it has two lanes at BROAD STREET, widening to four lanes at TR01: STAFFORD STREET, with two lanes being marked as a right turn onto STAFFORD STREET (A449itself.

OPENED
1976: Section 5 of the 7.

BEFORE
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AFTER
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TODAY
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NAMED AFTER
St. Patrick's Church, which was located on WESTBURY STREET, and demolished in 1972 as part of the clearance of the area.

©1972 (UNKNOWN)
St. Patrick's just before demolition (WESTBURY STREET at bottom, LITTLE'S LANE to left).

JUNCTIONS
CLOCKWISE
  • There is an exit to and access from LITTLE'S LANE. This junction is relatively quiet, as there are only a few residential and commercial properties in the area. There is also access to a long stay car park (using the site of the former coach station) located on what was FAULKLAND STREET.
ANTICLOCKWISE
  • There is an exit to a bus overflow area for when the nearby bus station is full.  

OF NOTE
Known as Caribbee Island, this area of the city was associated with Irish immigrants who settled in the area in the 19th century.