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B2239

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B2239
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From:  Cross in Hand (TQ558223)
To:  Beacon Down (TQ548215)
Distance:  0.8 miles (1.3 km)
Met:  A267, B2102
Former Number(s):  A268
Now part of:  B2102
Traditional Counties

Sussex

Route outline (key)
B2239 Cross in Hand - Beacon Down
Mayfield Flat, the possible B2239

The B2239 number turns up in Philips Navigator mapping c. 2007 for a road in Sussex, cutting off the corner between the A267 and B2102 near Cross in Hand.

The road is shown in present OS mapping as a spur of the B2102, so this number was either changed then, or was a mapping error in the first place. Confirmation of whether the number was actually ever allocated is still to be found.

Viator writes:
Although "B2102" is posted at the northern end of the route (no number is signed at the other end), the number B2239 is indicated for this road on the East Sussex County Council map entitled Scale Map of Freight Route Network dated 2010.




B2239
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B2239.pngMayfield Flat - Geograph - 1554344.jpg
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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