|Location Map ( geo)|
|Holy Trinty Churuch.|
Dartford is a medium sized town near the Thames Estuary. It is best known for its Tunnel and Bridge and it is also where the Rolling Stones were founded. It was also where national newspapers got their paper from until the 1930s.
|Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport, Channel Tunnel|
|Bexleyheath, London||bypasses town to the South on the Second Dartford Bypass|
|Canterbury, Medway Towns, M2||bypasses town to the South on the Second Dartford Bypass|
|The NORTH, Dartford Crossing, Stansted Airport, Tilbury, (M1, M11)||bypasses town to the east.|
|Crayford, Erith||bypasses town to the North on the Third Dartford Bypass|
|Farmingham||Also for Sevenoaks|
|Ebbsfleet, Swanscombe, Gravesend|
|Bluewater, Ebbsfleet, A2||Former A2 & Eastern section of First Dartford Bypass|
|Former A2 & Western section of First Dartford Bypass|
|on Watling Street|
|Now mostly unclassified bar a small section of A2026|
|Bexley, Sidcup||Now A2018|
First Dartford Bypass
see main article:First Dartford Bypass
Second Dartford Bypass
see main article: Second Dartford Bypass
The Second Dartford Bypass takes the A2 on a motorway-quality alignment further to the south of Dartford than the original A2 bypass.
Third Dartford Bypass
see main article: Third Dartford Bypass
The Third Dartford Bypass, Bob Dunn Way, takes the A206 round the north of the town.