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Potters Bar Interchange
 
 
A1178.png
Here is a strip map of the A1178 on opening.
A1178.jpg
The A1178 south of Potters Bar from the OS Landranger mapping.

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The ghost of the M16 - Coppermine - 11164.jpg
The ghost of the M16?

Again from the 1963 Geographers' atlas. The road shown projected round Potter's Bar still hadn't been built 11 years later. And it beats me why the southern extension of the M1 is shown as an A road... Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 10, 2007 by FosseWay

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Stagg Hill - Geograph - 1894040.jpg
Stagg Hill This is the high point of the A111 close to junction 24 of the M25 motorway. The junction sign on the left has seen some modification over time and is now in need of repair. The road in the foreground gives access to Chase Farm - this is a new entrance. Previously, the access to the farm was closer to the roundabout and fresh tarmac on the footway beyond the bus stop indicates where the path has been remade at the old location.
P2901 - Chopsticks Sign (M25 Variant).JPG
P2901 - Chopsticks Sign (M25 Variant)

 

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