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|From:||Canning Place (SJ343899)|
|To:||Water Street (SJ341904)|
|Via:||South Castle Street, Castle Street|
|Length:||0.4 miles (0.6 km)|
|Met:||A57, A5039, A5041|
|Now part of:||Park, A5039|
|Route outline (key)|
The A5042 was a north-south road on the western side of Liverpool city centre.
It started on the northern edge of Canning Place (which was originally a square) and headed north along the now-nonexistent South Castle Street to Derby Square and then along Castle Street to end on the A57 Dale Street opposite the town hall.
South of Derby Square the ex-A5042 is now buried under the law courts and Chavasse Park. Castle Street now seems to be part of the A5039.
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