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B1204 (Market Rasen)

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B1204
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Kingerby Wood (TF041910)
To:  Osgodby Moor (TF098920)
Distance:  3.6 miles (5.8 km)
Met:  A631, A46
Now part of:  A1103
Traditional Counties

Lincolnshire

Route outline (key)
B1204 Link near Market Rasen
This article is about the original B1204 in Lincolnshire, now the A1103.
For the current B1204 at the northern end of the same county, running inland from the Humber, see B1204
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Heading west

The B1204 was a short road linking the A631 and A46 allowing traffic to avoid having to detour south and go through Market Rasen.

Owing to its importance, the road was upgraded to Class I status in the early 1920s, becoming the A1103, which it remains. The road even has primary status now.




B1204 (Market Rasen)
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