|Location Map ( geo)|
|The Mitre Pub|
|Junctions related to the A5111|
|Junctions related to the A514|
The roundabout is famed locally for the Spider Bridge thus named as it has 4 'legs' and each one has steps and a ramp, so it holds a slight resemblance to a spider. It opened in 1971.
Pictures of the footbridge from which the roundabout gains its popular name (Spider Island) under construction are available here: 
Should the M64 and its associated Derby Spur been built, the Derby Spur would have met the A514 and A5111 at a modified Mitre Island.