|Location Map ( geo)|
|The East End of Mitcham's Corner|
|A1303, A1134, C292|
|Junctions related to the A1303|
|Junctions related to the A1134|
|Junctions related to the C292 (Cambridgeshire)|
Mitcham's Corner is gyratory system in Cambridge. The junction is named after Charles Mitcham, who owned a draper’s shop on the corner of Chesterton Road and Victoria Avenue from the early-to-mid 20th century. In 1967, the layout of the roads was altered to allow traffic to flow as a gyratory system - which, along with the surrounding shops and houses is known as Mitcham's Corner.
The link below to the development framework, published in January 2017, contains a more extensive history of the junction featuring photographs and other material of historical interest.
|Ring Road: London, Royston, Sandy, Bedford, Newnham, Trumpington||Chesterton Road|
|Ring Road: Haverhill, Grafton (Parking), Chesterton Abbey, Romsey, Cherry Hinton||Chesterton Road|
|Newmarket, Ely, Milton, Waterbeach||Milton Road|
|Huntingdon, Histon, Cottenham, Shire Hall||Victoria Road|
|Park Street (Parking)||Victoria Avenue|
- Mitcham's Corner Development Framework (26.01.2017)