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Did the Victorians have better roads than us? A history of Britain’s potholed streets

By Lauren Colley, PhD in English literature, University of Nottingham
Potholes are the motorist’s ultimate bug bear, responsible for an estimated £474 million worth of damage in the UK last year. As insurance companies wade through a further 30% average increase in compensation claims, have the tarmac cracks in our hole-riddled roads become a symbol for…The Conversation

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