Brownedge Roundabout is a junction in Preston.
The junction was originally planned in the late 1960s as part of the Eastern Primary
road serving the Central Lancashire New Town. By the early 1970s the junction layout was fixed as a north facing half diamond. The Eastern Primary was never constructed but a section bypassing Bamber Bridge was resurrected during the 1980s and built as the lower spec London Way with all the junctions being roundabouts
. The layout of the B5257
approaches to the roundabout is clearly based on the earlier proposals.