Approaching the pedestrian overbridge on the A5156
The A5156 (also known as the Llan-y-pwll link road) is a short dual-carriageway connection between the A483 and the A534, bypassing Wrexham to the northeast of the town.
It starts at Gresford Interchange – junction 6 of the A483 – where the current alignment of that road cannons off its original route (A5152 to the south, B5445 to the north). The A5156 heads southeastwards along a dual carriageway (it was S2 when first built).
There is soon a LILO junction with an unclassified road to the left (Old Wrexham Road, dating from pre-turnpike days). An overbridge installed here in 2009 preserves the pedestrian right-of-way otherwise severed when the A5156 was built.
We continue across the fields and presently reach a roundabout serving a more important unclassified road (and the suburb of Borras). We then skirt Wrexham Golf Course before the route ends at a roundabout junction with the A534 to the northeast of Wrexham town centre.