Is the B6261 the only Primary B-road?

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Is the B6261 the only Primary B-road?

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It seems that the B6261 between the A6 and the M6 is in fact primary.

Surely there must be more B-roads that are Primary?
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B768, between M77 J1 and M8 J23 is another example.
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Re: Is the B6261 the only Primary B-road?

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McNessA720 wrote:B768, between M77 J1 and M8 J23 is another example.
Are you sure? I was there a couple of months ago and I could have sworn that all the signs were white.
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Re: Is the B6261 the only Primary B-road?

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The B4640 was mapped as a primary B-road for many years, but I was never sure whether this was just a mapping error.
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From the SABRE Wiki: B4640 :

The B4640 in northern Hampshire follows a part of the pre-bypass route of the A34 south of Newbury. It is not known why this number was chosen as it is out-of-zone and bears no relationship to the former number of the road.

The road starts at a dumbbell GSJ on the A34 which also provides access to Tot Hill Services and an unclassified road to

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