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9. After 250 metres tarmac ends and at the same moment one track goes off right but you drive straight on.

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10. After 170 metres: Tarmac begins, a small road comes from the right and just after that you cross a multi-lane highway on a bridge

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11. After 1170 metres: You turn from the main road onto a small road which has a marker "Ferme de Soxey". On the left you just passed 2 roads.

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12. After 80 metres: The road makes a sharp right turn but you drive straight on into a greenlane.

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13. After 300 metres you cross a railway line.

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14. After 600 metres: On the left is a track - and an airport. Well, in this case it was in fact an airport - 40 years ago.

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15. After 500 metres: You drive under a railway on tarmac. The writing warns of a narrow passage. Use warnings sparcely or the effect will wear off.

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16. After 1 km: You pass the village sign "Brehain".

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17. After 1910 metres you turn into an hardly visible path. Just before that you see an marking on the left. This can be on a tree or on a wall.

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18. After 200 metres: You turn from tarmac right into a lane just before a fence

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19. After 330 metres you turn left on a main road. This symbol indicates high speed trafic. Average speed of the passing trafic was close to 110 km/h- a normal french main road. Not easy to get out safely.

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