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B2225

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B2225
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Hammerpot (TQ066057)
To:  Angmering (TQ073030)
Distance:  2 miles (3.2 km)
Met:  A27, A280, A259, B2140
Traditional Counties

Sussex

Route outline (key)
B2225 Hammerpot - Angmering
Angmering

The B2225 was a short B-road through the Sussex town of Angmering. The road was originally unclassified, gaining its number in the late 1930s. However it was declassified again in the 2000s.

The road started on the A27 at Hammerpot; this junction is now a LILO and appears always to have been so. It headed south along Arundel Road into Angmering, where it bore left to cross the A280 Water Lane at a staggered crossroads.

The road continued east along the High Street before turning south into Roundstone Lane. It ended at a roundabout where it met the A259 and B2140.




B2225
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Other nearby roads
Littlehampton
NCN2 • A259 • A280 • A284 • A2013 (Littlehampton) • A2024 • B2140 • B2143 • B2144 • B2187 • B2197 • B2233
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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