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B2219

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B2219
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Banstead (TQ250596)
To:  Chipstead (TQ273583)
Via:  Bolters Lane, Holly Lane
Distance:  1.8 miles (2.9 km)
Meets:  B2217, B2032
Highway Authorities

Surrey

Traditional Counties

Surrey

Route outline (key)
B2219 Banstead - Chipstead
Towards Banstead

The B2219 is a short B-road in east Surrey. Originally unclassified the road gained its number in the late 1920s.

The road starts at a roundabout on the B2217 in the centre of Banstead and heads southeastwards out of town along the residential Holly Lane, although much of this road seems leafy as the houses are set back and accessed by service roads.

We soon enter open country, or rather Banstead Wood, in reality and most of the rest of the road follows a rural route between hedges with fields occasionally glimpsed behind the trees. Presently the road merges into Chipstead and ends at a mini-roundabout on the B2032 without becoming wholly urban.




B2219
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B2200-B2299
B2200 • B2201 • B2202 • B2203 • B2204 • B2205 • B2206 • B2207 • B2208 • B2209 • B2210 • B2211 • B2212 • B2213 • B2214 • B2215 • B2216 • B2217 • B2218 • B2219
B2220 • B2221 • B2222 • B2223 • B2224 • B2225 • B2226 • B2227 • B2228 • B2229 • B2230 • B2231 • B2232 • B2233 • B2234 • B2235 • B2236 • B2237 • B2238 • B2239
B2240 • B2241 • B2242 • B2243 • B2244 • B2245 • B2246 • B2247 • B2248 • B2249 • B2250 • B2251 • B2252 • B2253 • B2254 • B2255 • B2256 • B2257 • B2258 • B2259
B2260 • B2261 • B2262 • B2263 • B2264 • B2265 • B2266 • B2267 • B2268 • B2269 • B2270 • B2271 • B2272 • B2273 • B2274 • B2275 • B2276 • B2277 • B2278 • B2279
B2280 • B2281 • B2282 • B2283 • B2284 • B2285 • B2286 • B2287 • B2288 • B2289 • B2290 • B2291 • B2292 • B2293 • B2294 • B2295 • B2296 • B2297 • B2298 • B2299
Earlier iterations: B2200

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