|From:||Wendens Ambo (TL518359)|
|To:||Saffron Walden (TL536381)|
|Distance:||2 miles (3.2 km)|
|Met (1978):||A11, A130|
|Now part of:||B1052|
|Route outline (key)|
The A1063 was a short link road in north Essex.
The road started on the A11 (now B1383) in Wendens Ambo. It wound its way through the fields in a northeasterly direction, crossing the River Cam immediately but meeting no places of any size en route. Presently the road entered Saffron Walden. It ran along London Road before ending on the A130 (now B184) one-way loop in the town centre.
The road was originally numbered B1052 but was upgraded to gain the A1063 number in the 1970s to provide a Class I route into Saffron Walden from the south. It reverted to its original number when the A11 and A130 were downgraded due to the M11.
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