|From:||Threadneedle Street (TQ327812)|
|To:||Liverpool Street (TQ329816)|
|Via:||Old Broad Street|
|Distance:||0.3 miles (0.5 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B130 was a short B-road in the City of London. Originally unclassified, as all roads in the City were, the B130 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 B130 is no exception.
The road started on the A10 Threadneedle Street to the east of the Bank of England. It headed vaguely northeastwards along Old Broad Street, a winding road now in the heart of the City's banking district. The road straightened out to cross London Wall and ended soon afterwards on Liverpool Street, which was the original line of the A1211. For many years there were two railway stations opposite named after the two roads meeting here: Broad Street to the left and Liverpool Street to the right; the former was demolished in the 1980s.
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