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B109

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B109
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Forest Gate (TQ412851)
To:  East Ham (TQ421834)
Via:  Katherine Road
Distance:  1.2 miles (1.9 km)
Meets:  A118, B165, A124
Highway Authorities

Newham

Traditional Counties

Essex

Route outline (key)
B109 Forest Gate - East Ham
This article is about the current B109 in East Ham.
For the original B109 in Hackney, see B109 (Hackney)
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On the B109 at Plashet

The B109 is a short urban B-road in east London.

The road starts at traffic lights on the A118 Romford Road and heads south along the residential Katherine Road. Streets heading east-west here are more-or-less parallel whereas the B109 is not at all straight. It zigzags its way south to cross the B165 at traffic lights and then goes over a signposted weak bridge over the District Line. The road then straightens out and, still called Katherine Road, makes its way to its end at traffic lights on the A124 Barking Road.




B109
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