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A few other Kent examples I remember from various maps I have had over the years include the A292 through Ashford being shown as the A262, the B2075 being shown as the A2075 and the unclassified road from just west of Tenterden to Cranbrook being shown as a B-road.
Does anybody have any more candidates? Or do all the above sound more like typos / printing errors?
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They could be either - or they could be short-lived numbers in some cases. The possibility is that a number are simply typos (such as A185(M), A65(M) or A97 (Northern Ireland)) , whilst others (such as A6138(M)) only appear on a single map but make an odd kind of potential sense as being a short-lived real number.
The Wiki generally captures these appearances so that people aren't surprised by them.
There's both Disputed Numbers and Mapping Errors on the subject.
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