Fictional Road Numbers
From Roader's Digest: The SABRE Wiki
Road numbers that are used for fictional purposes are blacklisted from use for a period of time, usually three years.
- M91 - used for BBC Drama The Day Britain Stopped. Filmed on M96 in Gloucestershire.
- M101 - used in the book of Blott on the Landscape. Not knowingly blacklisted and suggested for the Leeds Southeastern radial if the M1 was to go West of Leeds.
- M399 - used in the TV series Blott on the Landscape.
- A1702, A1793, A1823, A1829, A1835, A1992, A9110 - local roads in and around Ambridge, setting for The Archers. This places Ambridge in North Yorkshire (sector 17xx), Lincolnshire (sector 18xx) and Fife (sector 91xx).
- A7665 - featured in The Sarah Jane Adventures episode "The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith" - the fictional village of Foxgrove was demolished to make way for this road.
- B402 - not to be confused with the real B402, the fictional one was featured in Episode 1 of the BBC drama Paradox, as the road to the fictional settlement of Marlingham (supposedly near Manchester and Northwich).
- B1900, B1985, B3700, B4879 - local roads in and around Ambridge, setting for The Archers.