Beeching Way Gyratory
|Beeching Way Gyratory|
|Location Map ( geo)|
|A22, A264, B2110|
Beeching Way Gyratory is a gyratory in East Grinstead on the A22 and where parts of the A264 and B2110 run together with the A22. It is partly constructed on the dismantled Three Bridges to Royal Tunbridge Wells Railway line, the section on the old railway is named Beeching Way while the rest of the Gyratory uses the old A22 (London Road) and Station Road.
The Gyratory uses a clockwise movement of travel and operates almost like a roundabout, however the south easterly arms with the A22 (Beeching Way) and the old A22 (London Road) have an odd arrangement where joining traffic from the A22 westbound goes underneath the Gyratory and joins traffic from the inside.
Also inside of the Gyratory there are two roads with properties on it, one a crescent and another a close
|London, Crawley (A264), Gatwick (A264)||London Road|
|Eastbourne, Lewes (A275)||Beeching Way|
|Tunbridge Wells||Moat Road|
|Turners Hill, Railway Station||Brooklands Road|
|London Road (Old A22)|
|Town Centre||Park Road, entry only|