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Tanks will have a smoother ride across Salisbury Plain following the opening last week of a new £12M 26km concrete road.

The southern range road has been designed by consultant Parkman to protect grassland, flora and fauna as well as local traffic from the heaviest military vehicles. The continuously reinforced pavement, built by Alfred McAlpine, is one of the longest concrete road projects in the UK.

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