|Location Map ( geo)|
|Traffic queueing at Major's Corner|
|Signalised at-grade road junction|
|Junctions related to the A1156|
|Seven Hills Interchange • Whitehouse Interchange|
Major's Corner is the junction of Woodbridge Road and St. Margaret's Street in Ipswich. This junction is at a corner of a one way system, so all three roads are numbered A1156.
The junction is famous for having a giant army major swatting flies atop the public toilets at the junction. It was originally named for Joshua Major, who owned a house on the site from 1656. He became a town surveyor and designed culverts and water diversions in the town.
|St Margarets Street (one way inbound)|
|University and College; Woodbridge; Lowestoft (A12)||Woodbridge Road (one way outbound)|
Suffolk County Council
- Majors Corner Roadworks (2016)
- Ipswich Icons: Joshua Major - the namesake for Major’s Corner - altered the course of water and history of Ipswich (10 February 2015)
- Carr's Tweet Flushes Out Sculpture Views (26 August 2011)