B5108 (Menai Bridge - Amlwch)
|From:||Menai Bridge (SH552721)|
|Distance:||16.9 miles (27.2 km)|
|Met:||A5, A5025, B4420, B5109, B5110, B5111|
|Now part of:||B5420, A5025|
|Route outline (key)|
The B5108 was the original number of the road along the east coast of Anglesey.
Starting at the A5/A5025 junction in Menai Bridge it wound northwards via Pentraeth and Benllech before turning sharply left near Moelfre. After going through Penysarn it ended end-on on the B5111 in Amlwch.
The road was upgraded to Class I status in the early 1930s, becoming an extension of the A5025. That road was later rerouted at its southern end to meet the A5 (now A55) Llanfair PG bypass, so the original southern end of the B5108 into Menai Bridge is now part of the B5420.