The A133 :: Shared Description

The A133 road runs for 19 miles between Colchester and Clacton-on-Sea. One end is at Cymbeline Way in Lexden, from where the road runs through the Avenue of Remembrance, bypassing Colchester town centre. It also runs past Wivenhoe Park, through Elmstead Market, Frating Green, meeting a spur from the A120 road at Great Bentley. The road by-passes Weeley, Weeley Heath, Little Clacton, Great Clacton ending in Clacton on Sea (LinkExternal link Wikipedia).
by David Dixon
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TM1520 : Rectory Road Bridge over the A133 at Weeley Heath by David Dixon
TM0624 : Service station on Colchester Road (A133), Elmstead Market by JThomas
TM1617 : A133 towards Colchester by JThomas
TM1023 : Colchester Road (A133) by JThomas
TM1322 : A133 near Weeley by David Dixon
TM1518 : A133 towards Colchester by JThomas
TM1617 : Layby, Northbound A133 by David Dixon
TM1520 : Bridge over the A133 by JThomas
TM1321 : Field near the A133, Weeley by JThomas
TM0524 : Tye Road, Elmstead Market by JThomas
TM1519 : Layby on the A133, north of Little Clacton by David Dixon
TM1714 : Christ Church United Reformed Church, Carnarvon Road, Clacton-on-Sea by David Dixon
TM1520 : A133 towards Colchester by JThomas
TM1616 : St John's Road (A133), Great Clacton by David Dixon
TM1222 : Colchester Road (A133) near Fisher's Farm by David Dixon
TM1420 : A133 Weeley Bypass by David Dixon
TM1520 : Rectory Road bridge over the A133 by JThomas
TM1617 : Hedgerow beside the A133 by JThomas
TM1716 : London Road approaching St John's Roundabout, Great Clacton by David Dixon
TM1715 : Clacton-on-Sea, Wellesley Road by David Dixon
TM1223 : A133, Colchester Road by David Dixon
TM1023 : A133 near Frating Green by David Dixon
TL9825 : Colne Bank Avenue (A133), Colchester by JThomas
TM1617 : A133 leaving Great Clacton by David Dixon
TM0924 : A133 at Hare Green by David Dixon

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Created: Thu, 13 Feb 2014, Updated: Thu, 13 Feb 2014

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