A1032 (Hatfield - Thorne)
|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||2.1 miles (3.4 km)|
|Now part of:||A1146|
|Route outline (key)|
In the original 1922 road numbering, the A1032 number was allocated to the road between Hatfield and Thorne in Yorkshire. The road left the A18 on the eastern edge of Hatfield and followed a more-or-less straight route northeastwards for a couple of miles to end by the railway bridge on the south side of Thorne.
In 1935, the A1032 became the mainline of the A614. However, by 1956, it had been renumbered as the A1146 (the 1946 quarter-inch map enticingly calls the road A6146, which could be a misprint for either). Its original route has now been severed with the building of the M18 (with a new road built parallel) and so the original southern end of the A1032 is now unclassified, although a bridge has been built to retain the right-of-way.