Tuesday, 11 December 2007

The Magic Roundabout

Swindon in England used to be noted for its railways and had a huge set of sidings. Obviously the local folk decided they would create the road equivalent - the world’s most confusing intersection. To be fair, once understood this intersection is allegedly both functional and designed to reduce overall congestion. However, it is certainly an urban wonder and highly perplexing to the uninitiated.

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