E8 (Old System)
|Distance:||75 miles (120.7 km)|
|Met (1970):||E1, E2, E5, E31, E107, E108, E113|
|Now part of:||E30, E32|
|Route outline (key)|
The route remained the same for 33 years: London - Utrecht - Berlin - Moscow.
Apparently there was a Belgian route, providing an alternate routing via Antwerp between Harwich and Hoek van Holland.
Hoek van Holland - The Hague - Utrecht - Appeldorn - Oldenzaal - Germany
Germany - Kunowice - Lodz - Warsaw - Terespol - USSR
Poland - Brest - Minsk - Moscow
When the new system was implemented, the E5 was renumbered as follows:
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