|barrier = kent_carriage_gap|
|A series of bollards designed to prevent illegal vehicular use of a public right of way, whilst retaining access for horse drawn carriages.|
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A Kent carriage gap is used by local authorities in the UK to prevent 4 wheeled motorised vehicles from accessing public rights of way, whilst allowing most horse drawn carriages to pass. Their use is common on byways in southern England.
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