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C36 (Hertfordshire)

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C36
Location Map ( geo)
Puckeridge High Street - Geograph - 5075718.jpg
Former A10 through Puckeridge High Street
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From:  Barwick (TL383194)
To:  Puckeridge (TL385237)
Via:  Standon
Distance:  4.7 km (2.9 miles)
Meets:  B1368, C14, U132, A120, U138, C39
Former Number(s):  A10, A120
Highway Authorities

Hertfordshire

Traditional Counties

Hertfordshire

Route outline (key)
C36 Much Hadham - Puckeridge
This article is about the Class III road numbered C36 maintained by Hertfordshire Council.
For other roads numbered C36, see C36
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The C36 is a class III road which heads in a generally northerly direction from Barwick to Puckeridge. The southern part, linking Barwick to Standon is single track, and very rural in feel with no footway, while the section through Standon, and then between Standon and Puckeridge is S2 suburban in feel with property frontages and footways along the entire length.

The narrow rural section of the road near Barwick

The northern section between Standon and Puckeridge is an early renumbering, when the A120 was diverted to meet the A10 south of Puckeridge, while the final section on the northern end of Puckeridge High Street to meet the B1368 is a renumbering of the A10 (following the opening of the Puckeridge bypass), and is a historic narrow urban village street with former coaching inns and property frontages to the street.





C36 (Hertfordshire)
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Narrow road near Barwick - Geograph - 3584037.jpgPuckeridge High Street - Geograph - 5075718.jpg
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