B12 (Glenavy - Moira)
|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||7.7 miles (12.4 km)|
|Met (1930):||A26, B104, B105, A3|
|Now part of:||A26, B105|
|Route outline (key)|
Following the construction of the M1, the A26, which had originally run direct from Glenavy to Lurgan, swapped numbers with the B12 to give that road better access to the motorway. The former southern end, through Moira, was later bypassed and so most has become part of the B105; there have been other improvements to raise the road to Class I status.