Lea Valley Interchange
|Lea Valley Interchange|
Lea Valley Interchange was a planned junction on the earlier line of the M11 along the Lea Valley. It was in planning during the early 1960s before the route of the M11 was switched to the Roding Valley. This junction was intended for local traffic serving Enfield and Chingford as it was anticipated that most traffic would use the junction further south Cooks Ferry so therefore the two junction layouts known have a low capacity. These are a diamond allowing all movements along with a simple fork allowing movements only between the A110 West and M11 South. So far only plans of the latter have been found.
|Central London, Stratford, Docks|