|Location Map ( geo)|
|Ginns Road, Stocking Pelham|
|From:||Hunsdon Pound (TL419115)|
|To:||Washall Green (TL441302)|
|Distance:||15.2 km (9.4 miles)|
|Meets:||A414, B180, B1004, C37, C187, C107, C35, C13, U32, B1038|
|Route outline (key)|
The C15 is a long class III road in Hertfordshire. It is mainly rural in character, passing through several small villages.
It starts on the A414 at an at-grade junction. From here it travels northwards to Hunsdon, where it is subsumed into the B180, and then again into the B1004. After the B1004 TOTSOs at Much Hadham, the C15 provides a link to the former A120 at Little Hadham. After the signalised crossroads it travels north, over the A120 on a bridge, the road having been slightly realigned to the west when the Little Hadham Bypass was constructed, and then on through Gravesend and itself TOTSOs at a junction with the C107. The C15 heads downhill and after a short while, we have another TOTSO with the C35. We then head north through Barleycroft End and the road then appears to terminate at a crossroads by the Brewery Tap, with the C13 - a minor road to Voilets Lane Ford is ahead. However, this is not the end of the story - the C15 multiplexes with the C13 and heads east, to a staggered crossroads where we once again meet the C107. The C15 then takes the priority in the next stage of the multiplex to the Cock at Stocking Pelham. It then TOTSOs (again) and heads north to Washall Green, with the C107 carrying on straight ahead to Berden and the county boundary. Finally, the C15 ends at a rural junction with the B1038.