|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Old Ford (TQ370838)|
|Distance:||1.2 miles (1.9 km)|
|Met (1923):||B112, B113, B115, B118|
|Now part of:||A102, A12|
|Route outline (key)|
The B114 was an urban B-road in east London.
It started on the B112 at the eastern end of Homerton High Street and headed south along Kenworthy Road to meet the B113 Wick Road. It multiplexed with this for a short distance east then continued south along Cadogan Terrace around Victoria Park to end on the B118 Old Ford Road in Old Ford. The B114 did not meet any A-roads.
The section of the road south of the B113 had been upgraded to Class I status by 1939, presumably becoming the A102, with the northern half gaining that number much later. The southern half of the road was then upgraded to become the the A102(M) East Cross Route in the 1970s and was downgraded in 2000 and is now the A12; the original route of the B114 is still visible adjacent.