|Location Map ( geo)|
|Gates Corner as a signalised crossroads|
Gates Corner was a former junction on the A406 in North East London. It consisted of a traffic light controlled crossroads. During the early 1960s there were plans to upgrade the junction to a grade separated roundabout as part of dualling the A406. However, the route of the M11 was changed from the Lea Valley to the Roding Valley in 1964 and this meant the M11 would join the A406 very close to Gates Corner. Plans from then on omitted a junction at Gates Corner and the former A11, now A1199, was to pass over the A406 without any connection.
The name of the junction comes from the Gates of Woodford Ford dealer, which for many years stood on the corner of the junction.
|Walthamstow, Enfield, Wood Green|
|Ilford, Gants Hill|
|Harlow, Epping||now A1199|
|Central London, Leytonstone||now A1199|