|Location Map ( geo)|
|South of Stafford-Stafford Trunk Road|
|From:||South of Stafford (SJ923147)|
|Distance:||6 miles (9.7 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The T108 was a British Trunk Road created after the 1946 Trunk Roads Act. It ran from "south of Stafford" to Stafford; and met the T49 end on at a random point, 617 yards north of Bull Bridge in Penkridge, roughly here at SJ923147; whilst its northern terminus was on the A34 in Stafford town centre.
When Trunk Road numbers ceased to be used, it was combined with its sibling to the south into the A449 Trunk Road.
The former T108 was detrunked on 17 May 2002.
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