|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Green Man, Cambridge Park (TQ397882)|
|To:||Woodford Green (TQ397916)|
|Distance:||1.3 miles (2.1 km)|
|Meets:||A106, A114, A12, A113, B168, A104|
|Route outline (key)|
A number of roads serve the Green Man roundabout - and there is debate as to exactly which. The road heading north is generally mapped as A1199 but signed as the A113; following a short stretch of dual carriageway the two roads go their separate ways as the A1199 forks left at traffic lights. It goes over the Central Line and climbs Hollybush Hill, with the southernmost outpost of Epping Forest to the left.
After passing the Crown Court the Forest is left behind. The road becomes a leafy avenue, with the houses to the left set back somewhat as it runs through Snaresbrook into South Woodford where the road becomes lined with buildings normally. The B168 bears off to the right at traffic lights towards the tube station then there is a brief D2 section of road over the A406 North Circular Road; this is easy to miss as the bridge is much wider than it needs to be. We continue north, remaining residential to reach the edge of Woodford Green (the open space, rather than the suburb). The road ends here at a roundabout on the A104.
The A1199 has been referred to as A1109 within internal Redbridge Council documents - but the signage along the route (along with the vast majority of other sources) uses the A1199 number and the Council now seem to use the A1199 number as well.
List of classified roads in Redbridge - labelling the A1199 as the A1109.