|Luton in Devon|
On our recent holiday we visited Devon and en route to Teignmouth from Dawlish we had to pop into one of the other places in the UK called 'Luton'. This one is near Newton Abbot.
|All of the road signs on the way said Luton was 1 and a half miles away!|
|Look! There's another one|
|One of the two approach roads to Luton in Devon. Heading away from this Luton on the way to Teignmouth we had to drive across a golf course - that was interesting|
The village sign was partially obscured by a hedge and stinging nettles. It was purely by chance that we spotted it too. Driving into this Luton we didn't see any signs, but after we'd driven through the village I did a three point turn near a farm on Fore Street and there it was!
Back in April 2012 we visited Luton in Chatham, Kent. That's little more than a street. We drove by that Luton again last year.
|The only road sign we saw for Luton in Kent showed it was one mile away|
There's another Luton in Devon, near Honiton. We didn't have time to visit on our road-trip, but next time we're down that way we're going to pop along for a look.
I'm originally from Oxford and on a road-trip to Scotland and back in 2012 we spotted an Oxford in Northumberland.
Related blog posts:
- Luton, Devon on Wikipedia
I also spotted Oxford coming back from the Scottish Open in June. Will text Michael Smith to say we had already reached Oxford, which confused him massively, seeing as we had only left Dunfermline two hours earlier.
There were no dreaming spires in the Northumberland Oxford.
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