The Bell, Hoddesdon, on the now-unclassified former A1032
The road between Hoddesdon and St Margarets in Hertfordshire was originally numbered B179 but was upgraded to Class I status as a spur of the A10 in 1935. By the 1950s it had been renumbered A1032.
The road started on Hoddesdon High Street (then the A10, now unclassified) and headed north out of town along Burford Street, gradually diverging from the A10 (now A1170) as it did so. Presently the road crossed the New River to enter (Stanstead) St Margarets, ending on the A414 (now B181) between that road's bridge over the river and the level crossing. In the 1970s the road was downgraded to Class II status to become an extension of the B180.
The area has now been altered by the upgrade of both the A10 and A414, so the ex-A1032 has now been downgraded again to Class III status, and numbered C43.