A10 road (England)

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A10
A10 road map.png
Route information
Length90.41 mi (145.50 km)
Major junctions
South endLondon Bridge51°30′28″N 0°05′14″W / 51.5079°N 0.0872°W / 51.5079; -0.0872
  A3211
A1211
A1202
A1209
A1208
A104
A107
A503
A504
A1055
A1010
A109
A1080
A406
A111
A110
M25 Junction 25
A121
A1170
A414
A602
A1170
A120
A507
A505
M11 Junction 11
A1309
A14
A1123
A142
A1101
A1122
A134
A47
A149
North endKing's Lynn52°45′14″N 0°23′53″E / 52.754°N 0.398°E / 52.754; 0.398
Location
Primary
destinations
Southwark
Enfield
Hertford
Buntingford
Royston
Cambridge
Ely
Road network

The A10 is an important road in eastern England. It goes between London and King's Lynn. It follows the old route of the Roman road Ermine Street for much of its route. The road is about 90 miles (140 km) long in total.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Relation: A10 Road (Great Britain) (5727226)". OpenStreetMap. 17 November 2019. Retrieved 6 January 2020.