Freshford Lane Junction with High Street the Village Centre

Freshford Village Centre Junction of Freshford lane, High Street, North Road and New Road  

This photograph shows a car waiting at the junction. Like other road junctions in the West country what should be a halt at major road ahead is merely a give way.  Fortunately, local people are sensible and usually treat many of these junctions with great caution and usually treat the junction as a STOP type.

In this photo the post office and last village shop is seen next to the surgery

Freshford Village Centre Junction of Freshford lane, High Street, North Road and New Road  

View from the opposite side of the road looking up the High Street. The Primary school is hidden behind the trees and shrubs that are part of the playground.

Note that the road surface has numerous patches due to the requirements of gas, electric and communication services. Whenever this work needs to be carried out there is disruption to traffic flow.

Freshford Village Centre Junction of Freshford lane, High Street, North Road and New Road  

A car turning from New Road into North Road.

since this photograph was taken on a Saturday the usual row of parked vehicles is not absent.

Freshford Village Centre Junction of Freshford lane, High Street, North Road and New Road  

Another view of the junction.

Freshford Village Centre Junction of Freshford lane, High Street, North Road and New Road Freshford Memorial Hall is the nearest place to park from the village centre but is still about a quarter of a mile up Freshford lane
   


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