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A4135 road

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A4135 road
Looking east along the A4135 road in the village of Beverston
Route information
Length: 12.9 mi[1] (20.8 km)
Major junctions
southeast end: Tetbury
  A433 A433 road
A46 A46 road
A38 A38 road
northwest end: Slimbridge
Road network

The A4135 road is a road in Gloucestershire, England, connecting the town of Tetbury with the M5 motorway and the A38 road to the west, passing through Beverston, Dursley and Cam en route to Slimbridge.

In 2001 a speed camera was installed at Dursley with an associated speed limit zone of 30 miles per hour (48 km/h).[2] The image (right) depicts a typical stretch of the A4135 road; the dry-stone wall illustrated is of considerable age.

See also


  1. ^ "Directions to New Church St/A4135".  
  2. ^ "A4135 speed camera operation". Gloucestershire Safety Camera Partnership. Retrieved 2007-01-25. 

External links

  • Recent Schedule of Works for Gloucestershire Roads

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