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SE06: ST. ANDREW'S

OVERVIEW
ST. ANDREW'S runs from IS03: CHAPEL ASH ISLAND to TR05: WATERLOO ROAD. It is located North-West of the city centre.

The majority of the section is two lanes wide, widening to three (and then four, and then five!) as it approaches WATERLOO ROAD on the clockwise carriageway. The central reservation here includes a pedestrian pathway along its length (as well as trees, bushes and the odd bench if you get tired), and part follows the old line of BATH ROAD.

OPENED
1968: The third section to be constructed.

BEFORE
[TO COME]

AFTER
[TO COME]

TODAY
[TO COME]

NAMED AFTER
St. Andrew's Church is located to the North of the section. In 1982 it became known as The King's Church. Some time after a change of ownership in 2008 its became the Rhema Faith Church.

©UNKNOWN Rhema Faith Church
As viewed from ST. ANDREW'S.

JUNCTIONS
CLOCKWISE
  • There is an exit to and access from BATH ROAD
ANTICLOCKWISE
  • There is an access from BIRCH STREET

OF NOTE
The anticlockwise carriageway features a large dip, turn and rise for no apparent reason. This is actually due to the never-constructed right-turn exit into BATH ROAD, which needed to pass under the elevated through-carriageway. Surprisingly, the temporary kerbing for this junction is still in situ nearly 50 years after construction.

TR05: WATERLOO ROAD is the only major junction on the A4150 with an unclassified road, WATERLOO ROADwhich did, at one time, carry the A449.