|Location Map ( geo)|
|On the roundabout|
|Transport for London|
|Junctions related to the A1009|
The first road through here ran along Angel Road and Hall Lane (now A406 to the west and A1009 to the east). It crossed the river on Bleak Hall Bridge, and passed a pub named Cook's Ferry.
North Circular Road and the original viaduct were built in the 1920s. This used Angel Road, and turned Hall Lane into a minor turning. There was another turning at Towpath Road.
The area became more industrial. In the 1960s, Harbert Road was built, which branched off from Hall Lane and then looped under the viaduct, introducing an element of grade separation to the junction.
The Lea Valley Viaduct was replaced in the 1990s, with a new dual carriageway and a new, grade separated roundabout at Cooks Ferry, and local access roads replacing the turnings. This end of Hall Lane became a minor pathway. The Cooks Ferry pub was demolished.
The junction was originally intended to serve the Lea Valley route of the M11. The M11 was later routed along the Roding Valley but plans for a road along the Lea Valley persisted for a few years afterwards. The junction would have been a large three level stacked roundabout with the A406 running beneath.
|N.Circular (A10, A1) (M1), Wood Green, Enfield, Edmonton|
|N.Circular (M11) (A12, A13), Walthamstow, Woodford, Leyton|
|Chingford, Waltham Abbey|
|Ravenside Retail Park, Harbet Road Business Parks, Goods Vehicle Testing Station|
|Waltham Abbey, Harlow, Cambridge|
|Walthamstow, Temple Mills|