Route national 751
|Route nationale 751 in France|
|Overall length:||464 km (historical)|
The Route nationale 751 , or N 751 or RN 751 for short , was a French national road .
The road ran from 1933 to 1973 in several interrupted sections between a road junction with the national road 455 west of Cosne-Cours-sur-Loire and the Pointe de Saint-Gildas . It followed the Loire on the left bank for very long stretches. The three branches it had all led across the Loire to national roads on the other side of the bank.
The Route nationale 751 A , or N 751 A or RN 751 A for short , was a French national road and a branch of the N 751 within Orléans . From 1933 it connected the N 751 with the national road 152 via a Loire bridge. These were blown up by the French army in 1940 and rebuilt in 1959. In 1970 the road was graded. Today it is marked as Départementsstraße 2020 .
The Route nationale 751 B , N 751 B or RN 751 B for short , was a French national road and from 1933 to 1973 a side branch of the N 751, which branched off from it in Gennes and over a Loire bridge to the N 152 in Les Rosiers-sur-Loire led.
The Route nationale 751 C , shortly N 751 C or RN 751 C , was a French national road and from 1933 to 1973, a side branch of the N 751, which from this in Champtoceaux branched off and a Loire bridge to a road junction with the National Road 23 in Oudon led .
- Route nationale française 751 on WikiSara (French)