A4136 road

The A4136 road is the main road through the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, England and Monmouthshire, Wales. At its western end it connects to the A466 road at Wyesham, which is a short distance from Wye Bridge and the A40 road at Monmouth. Its eastern end at Huntley, Gloucestershire also connects to the A40. It is 16.5 miles (26.6 km) long, a shortcut of approximately 3.8 miles (6.1 km) relative to the A40.[1]

UK road A4136

A4136
A4136 to Monmouth - geograph.org.uk - 486730
A4136 at Huntley
Route information
Length16.5 mi[1] (26.6 km)
Major junctions
West endWyesham, Monmouth
51°48′38″N 2°42′26″W / 51.8106°N 2.7071°W
  A466
A4151
A40
East endHuntley, Gloucestershire
51°52′20″N 2°24′46″W / 51.8723°N 2.4127°W
Road network

Places served

West to East

References

  1. ^ a b "directions to Longhope Rd/A4136". Google. Retrieved 7 April 2013.

External links

Fiddler's Elbow National Nature Reserve

Fiddler’s Elbow National Nature Reserve is a steep sided, woodland national nature reserve of 45 hectares in the Upper Wye Valley to the north of Monmouth in Wales, close to the Wales–England border. It is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its biological characteristics, containing a wide variety of flora.

Plump Hill Dolomite Quarry

Plump Hill Dolomite Quarry (grid reference SO661171) is a 4.5-hectare (11-acre) nature reserve in Gloucestershire in the Forest of Dean.The site is managed by the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and held under agreement with the Forestry Commission since 1982. In 1987 a rough area to the north of the Quarry, together with a narrow strip on the western edge were incorporated into the reserve. The site is listed in the 'Forest of Dean Local Plan Review' as a Key Wildlife Site (KWS).

Staunton, near Coleford, Gloucestershire

Staunton is a village in the Forest of Dean in west Gloucestershire, England.

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