|London-Carlisle-Glasgow-Inverness Trunk Road|
|From: || London (TQ254845) |
|To: || Inverness (NH651436) |
|Met: || (T10), T1, T11, (T15), (T16), (T18), (T21), T13, T24, T25, T26, T28, (T27), (T28), T29, (T1) |
Argyll • Bedfordshire • Cheshire • Cumberland • Derbyshire • Dumfriesshire • Dunbartonshire • Hertfordshire • Inverness-shire • Lanarkshire • Lancashire • Leicestershire • Middlesex • Northamptonshire • Perthshire • Westmorland
|Route outline (key)|
||London – Apex Corner
||Apex Corner – South Mimms
||South Mimms – Leicester – Manchester – Carlisle
||Carlisle – Kingstown
||Kingstown – Lockerbie – Coalgill
||Coalgill – Uddington
||Uddington – Hamilton – Glasgow
||Glasgow – Fort William – Inverness
|This article is about the T12 of the sequential numbering system for British Trunk Roads.
For the T12 of the A road-based numbering system, see T3 (Britain)
The T12, also called T6, was a British Trunk Road created in the 1936 Trunk Roads Act. It ran from London to Inverness, via Derby, Manchester, Glasgow and Fort William.
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