|Location Map ( geo)|
|Baker's Arms junction in 1955, with mesh of trolleybus cables above|
|A104 Lea Bridge Road, A112 Hoe Street, A112 High Road|
|Junctions related to the A104|
|Junctions related to the A112|
The Baker's Arms is an urban signal controlled crossroads in London. It is named after the pub on the intersection, which as of 2015 is now a bookmaker's. The pub was names after the Master Baker's Almshouses, which are located near to the junction.
The junction was previously known as Leyton corner.
|Clapton, Hackney, Shoppers parking|