The A1241 was an attempt at a western bypass for the Hertfordshire town of Cheshunt.
The road started on the A10 Great Cambridge Road and headed clockwise around the southwest quarter of the town along a D2 road, ending on the A121 (now B156) Goff's Lane.
The A1241 number was short-lived. The road was built in the 1970s but was later downgraded to become part of the B198; this presumably happened when the A121 was downgraded following construction of the M25 in the 1980s. It is not known whether the A1241 was ever going to be a full bypass, although the D2 does continue for a short distance beyond the northern end of the road.
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