|Location Map ( geo)|
|Transport for London|
|Junctions related to the A1009|
Hall Lane - the A1009 - was originally Folly Lane, and ran from Chingford Hall to Higham Hill. It became known as Hall Lane after the Lea Valley Viaduct was built in the 1920s, which created a better route across the river than the previous end of Hall Lane.
When the Lea Valley Viaduct was replaced by a dual carriageway in the 1990s, the Hall Lane junction would be positioned on the Local Access Road only. Traffic trying to access the A1009 would now have to use the Cooks Ferry junction.
|N Circular (E), (M11), (A12, A13), Walthamstow, Woodford, Leyton|
|N Circular (W), (A406), (A10, A1), (M1), Wood Green, Enfield, Edmonton|
|Waltham Abbey, Chingford|