This article is about the original A2014 in Wrotham.
For the current A2014 in Tonbridge, see A2014
The now-unclassified former A2014 Old London Road
The A2014 number was allocated to the old route of the A20 through Wrotham in Kent when the village's bypass opened in 1928.
Leaving the western end of the bypass the road entered town along what is now Old London Road, then met the A227 for a multiplex along the northern section of the High Street. At the T-junction just past the church the A2014 turned left into Bull Lane and met the A20 again at a sharply angled junction.
Today, the road is unclassified. Construction of the M20 destroyed the old western junction with the A20 and Bull Lane has been severed by the A227 bypass.
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