Some articles on magic roundabout, roundabout, roundabouts:
... Junction Name Type Location Roads Grid Reference Notes Magic Roundabout aka The Plough Roundabout Roundabout Hemel Hempstead 51°44′46″N 00°28. 51.2875°N 2.79028°W / 51.2875 -2.79028 The Magic Roundabout formerly County Islands Magic Roundabout Swindon A4289 (shown on some maps as A4259) A4259 (for A4312 ... also known as Stanford Interchange Manrahead Roundabout Beith, North Ayrshire A737 B777 B7049 NS343530 Marble Arch City of Westminster A402 Bayswater Road ...
... The Magic Roundabout, (released in France as Pollux, le manège enchanté and in North America as Doogal), is a 2005 British computer-animated film based on the television series of the same name ... A sequel entitled The Magic Roundabout 2 Dougal, The Beginning is currently in development ...
... The Magic Roundabout in Swindon, England was constructed in 1972 and consists of five mini-roundabouts arranged around a sixth central, anti-clockwise roundabout ... Its name comes from the popular children's television series The Magic Roundabout ...
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