M25 (n.) Turnpike that doth retard the progress of its travellers, while claiming to ease the time to transit the Metropolis
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I try to avoid it at all costs. I only get close when having to go over Dartford Bridge and come back through the tunnel.
Strangely the Dartford Crossing isn’t part of the M25, notice how the signage reverts to green.
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I know, but I have to go on a bit of it to get there from the M11.