T-junction


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T-junction

a road junction in which one road joins another at right angles but does not cross it
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Follow this lane around for about three-quarters of a mile to a T-junction and here turn left towards Hurley.
Now turn left with a steepish embankment on your right and continue to another T-junction.
Keeping to the main surfaced road, we wind our way around until we reach the T-junction with the Stainland-West Vale Road, where our way is to the right.
When it ends in a T-junction go right (MountainView Road) toCapelulo.
As we enter the village of Upper Denby we turn left at the T-junction and very shortly take the first turning right (3) immediately after the telephone box (Gunthwaite Lane).
When the work is completed in October 2007, St Chad's Circus will have street level pedestrian crossings and a T-junction.
Someone really said: "As I approached a T-junction, a sign suddenly appeared in a place where no stop sign had ever appeared before.
Question: I was sitting at a T-junction in my car behind another stationary vehicle.
The bodies had to be cut from the mangled wreckage of the Ford Mondeo after it ploughed into the wall at a T-junction.
Lines of terraced cottages march left and right off the street which climbs very steeply to a T-junction where you go right, crossing a stile when the lane dead-ends.
At a T-junction go right then immediately left (Cobley Hill).