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A118 Winston Way (Ilford) - Coppermine - 6691.jpg
A118 Winston Way (Ilford)

The only sign in the whole world to show Griggs Approach as an A-road! This is actually on u/c Riches Road running a very short distance parallel to the A118 (to the right). But, note that according to this sign, you can go anti-clockwise to get to the A118 westbound!!!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 09, 2006 by Sunil_of_Yoxley
A108 Griggs Approach.jpg
The 'A108' Griggs Approach in Ilford from the A-Z London DeLuxe Atlas.

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A1083 - 1 - Home made sign for A108 - Coppermine - 1590.JPG
A1083 - 1 - Home made sign for A108

The next four pictures in this album relate to the A1083 Griggs Approach. Unfortunately, poor printing on an A to Z map led people to believe that this route carries the missing A108 designation. A call to the local authority confirmed that this is the A1083. However, in the meantime, these photos were taken whilst under the impression that it was the A108.

As the famed A108 (world's tiniest A road I reckon!) in Ilford isn't signed - we made our own!

Posted by Serena on 2/9/2003

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 26, 2005 by M4Simon

 

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