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Lubenham To East Farndon Road In The Snow
Leicester

Farndon Road, near Lubenham, Leicestershire, after snowfall in February 2012. The back road links the villages of Lubenham and East Farndon while avoiding the town of Market Harborough.

The road is not used very heavily, and the compacted snow can make for hazardous driving. There are several tracks in the field next to the road that appear to have been caused by cars slipping off the road.

Copyright: Dave Kennard
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Uploadet: 19/02/2012
Opdateret: 01/09/2014
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Tags: snow; winter; east farndon road; lubenham; marston trussell; road
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