|London-Holyhead Trunk Road|
|From: || London (TQ256826) |
|To: || Holyhead (SH245825) |
|Met: || (T10), T12, T14, T15, T16, T14, T17, T18, T19, T49, T50 |
Anglesey • Bedfordshire • Buckinghamshire • Caernarfonshire • Denbighshire • Hertfordshire • Merionethshire • Middlesex • Northamptonshire • Shropshire • Staffordshire • Warwickshire
|Route outline (key)|
||London – St Albans – Dunstable – Road Weedon
||Road Weedon – Coventry – Stonebridge
||Stonebridge – Beacon's End
||Beacon's End – Birmingham
||Birmingham – Brownhills Common
||Brownhills – Shrewsbury – Bangor – Holyhead
|This article is about the T11 of the sequential numbering system for British Trunk Roads.
For the T11 of the A road-based numbering system, see T2 (Britain)
The T11, also called T5, was a British Trunk Road created in the 1936 Trunk Roads Act. It ran from London to Holyhead via the outskirts of Birmingham and Brownhills.
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