A432 road

The A432 is a road running from Bristol to Old Sodbury. It starts near Lawrence Hill in Bristol (51°27′32″N 2°34′34″W / 51.459°N 2.576°W) and passes through Eastville, Fishponds, Downend, Coalpit Heath, Yate and Chipping Sodbury before terminating at a junction with the A46 just to the east of Old Sodbury (51°31′41″N 2°20′35″W / 51.528°N 2.343°W). It is dual carriageway for 0.5 miles (0.80 km) when bypassing Chipping Sodbury's town centre,[1] where a speed restriction has been proposed.[2]

UK road A432

A432
Major junctions
FromBristol
  A420
A4320
A4014
A4174
A46
A473
ToOld Sodbury
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The A432 road
The A432 road just outside Coalpit Heath, South Gloucestershire

See also

References

  1. ^ "A432". SABRE. Retrieved 20 December 2015.
  2. ^ "OLD SODBURY - A432 Badminton Road - Proposed 30mph speed limit". South Gloucestershire. Retrieved 20 December 2015.
A432

A432 may refer to:

A432 motorway (France)

A432 road (England)

EML Tasuja (A432), a ship

A432, an alternative pitch standard; see Concert pitch#19th- and 20th-century standards

Dodington Park

Dodington Park is a country house and estate in Dodington, Gloucestershire, England. The house was built by James Wyatt for Christopher Bethell Codrington (of the Codrington baronets). The family had made their fortune from sugar plantations in the Caribbean and were significant owners of slaves. It remained in the Codrington family until 1980; it is now owned by the British businessman James Dyson.

The estate comprises some 300 acres of landscaped park with woods, lakes, lodges, a dower house, an orangery, a church, and a walled kitchen garden. Formal gardens adjoin the main house. The house is Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England and the landscaped park is Grade II* listed on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. The dower house, orangery, and St Mary's Church which all adjoin the house are also each individually Grade I listed, as is the Bath lodge at the southern part of the estate.The wall, railings and gate piers near the Bath lodge are listed Grade II. Chippenham Lodge and its terrace walls and the northern gateway to Dodington Park are listed Grade II*. The gates and walls surrounding the kitchen garden toward the north of the park are listed Grade II, as is the Garden Cottage.

Yate railway station

Yate railway station serves the town of Yate in South Gloucestershire, in south west England. The station is located on the main Bristol to Birmingham line between Bristol Parkway and Cam & Dursley, and is operated by Great Western Railway.

The station is staffed on weekday mornings. It has two staggered platforms, separated by the A432 road bridge. An automated ticket machine was installed in mid-2007, but stopped functioning due to vandalism and is reported to be "unlikely to be replaced in the foreseeable future". A new ticket machine was installed in 2013 on platform 1, whilst the portakabin ticket office is on the opposite platform. Digital information screens, customer help points and timetable posters provide train running information, whilst CCTV was installed here in 2011. Step-free access to both platforms is available (via ramps from the road bridge to platform 1).

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