Fosse Way


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Related to Fosse Way: Ermine Street, Watling Street

Fosse Way

(fŏs), Roman road in England. It apparently ran from Exeter (Isca Dumnoniorum) NE past Bath (Aquae Sulis), Cirencester (Corinium Dobunnorum), and Leicester (Ratae Coritanorum) to Lincoln (Lindum). It intersected Watling Street.
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Fosse Way

a Roman road in Britain between Lincoln and Exeter, with a fosse on each side
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The farm house is on the left hand side of the Fosse Way B4455, just over the M6 motorway bridge when travelling towards Stretton Under Fosse.
The original Fosse Way, along which Roman settlers travelled from Exeter to Lincoln, passes through the Midlands via the Cotswolds and most famously Leicester - but not Birmingham.
A large breakfast kitchen is fitted with solid oak fronted units and an oak-framed leaded glass bay window with a matching oak sill overlooks the garden and Fosse Way beyond it.
Fosse Way was in the top rank of sprinters for him as an owner when trained by Elaine Parker a couple of years ago and is now standing at Kenyon's kennels at Pontefract.
Fosse Way RAID also claims that the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre has lost bookings for events since the plans were announced.
And it is an advantage worth mentioning in the same breathas Eathorpe Park at Eathorpe near Leamington Spa, a new conversion scheme right on the Fosse Way between Princethorpe and Hunningham.
Rescue crews were again at the Fosse Way, at the junction with the A425, after a silver Volkswagen Tiguan ended up in a ditch at 7.42am.
Fosse Way's dam Maltese Moth (Airmount Grand-White Trixie), a 29.36sec scorer, has produced winners over sprint, middle and staying trips in this litter.
Fosse Way Farm at Combrook in Warwickshire is a rare chance for the buyer who longs for something new - but wants to be alone.
NEW safety measures aimed at reducing road deaths are planned for the Fosse Way - one of Warwickshire's most notorious blackspots.
Whatever the fate of Lissenair Luke, Lister should be on the mark with Milfield Kate in the puppy contest, while Fosse Way's trainer Elaine Parker can strike with Lavally Pete in the six-bender over 680m.
Interactive signs, safety cameras and route aware signs, which list how many accidents have happened at certain spots, are proposed for the B4455 Fosse Way. The county council plans will go out to public consultation next month.