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B5002

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B5002
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Acresford (SK299131)
To:  Snarestone (SK338105)
Distance:  3.2 miles (5.1 km)
Met (1961) A444, A453, B4116
Traditional Counties

Leicestershire

Route outline (key)
B5002 Acresford - Snarestone
Heading east on the now-unclassified former B5002

The B5002 was a short road in west Leicestershire.

The road left the A444 (former A511) at Acresford and ran southeastwards along Measham Road and Burton Road into Measham, where it crossed the A453. It then continued along Atherstone Road to reach the B4116 (former B584) north of Snarestone.

The B5002 was made somewhat redundant by the opening of the A42,as the A453 no longer ran through Measham. Nevertheless it stayed classified after the opening of the A42, and was only declassified some time after 1992.




B5002
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Road junction at Acresford - Geograph - 1800337.jpgBend ahead on Measham Road - Geograph - 3032262.jpg
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