|To:||Aldersgate Street (TQ320814)|
|Distance:||0.3 miles (0.5 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B128 was a short B-road in the City of London. Originally unclassified, as all roads in the City were, the B128 came into being when the City was classified later in the 1920s. However, in more recent years many of the roads in the City have since been declassified and the B128 is no exception.
The road started at the northwest corner of the Bank of England, where the A501 moved north from Prince's Street into Moorgate. The B128 headed west along Lothbury, which quickly became Gresham Street. The road passed to the south of Guildhall, which could be glimpsed behind St Lawrence Jewry, before a couple of slight bends took the road past Goldsmiths' Hall to its terminus on the A1 Aldersgate Street.
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