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New Bank Gyratory

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New Bank Gyratory
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Central Halifax
Highway Authority
Junction Type
Roads Joined
A58, A647
Junctions related to the A58
Junctions related to the A647

New Bank Gyratory forms the eastern terminus of Halifax's inner relief road, Burdock Way. It was opened in 1973 in a partially completed state in anticipation of further improvements to the road, which were later shelved.

It is notable for the utterly bizarre layout featuring a give way junction, signals, and a huge loop movement for certain paths through the junction. It can become very busy, and high volumes of traffic make it somewhat nerve-racking for the unprepared driver.



Route To Notes


(M58 East), Leeds, Northowram, Shelf, Bradford, (A6036)


Rochdale, Burnley (A646), Huddersfield (A629), Manchester (M62)


Queensbury, Boothtown
Town Centre, EUREKA

New Bank Gyratory
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M57 J2 • St Helens • M6 J24 • Ashton-in-Makerfield • Platt Bridge • Hindley • Chequerbent Roundabout • M61 J5 • Bolton • Bury • Rochdale • Littleborough • Ripponden • Sowerby Bridge • Halifax •
Stump Cross (Halifax) • Hipperholme Crossroads • Wyke Lion Crossroads • Chain Bar Interchange • -Birkenshaw Roundabout • Drightlington Roundabout • Low Wortley Roundabout • Armley Gyratory  • Wellington Street Junction •
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