|Liverpool-Warrington-Stockport-Sheffield-Lincoln-Skegness Trunk Road|
|Met:||T20 • T62 • T57 • T13 • T58 • T18 • T12 • T61 • T16 • T22 • T52 • T1 • T44 • T23|
|Route outline (key)|
The T59 was a British Trunk Road created in the 1946 Trunk Roads Act. It ran from Liverpool to Skegness, via Warrington, Stockport, Sheffield and Lincoln. Rather than taking the A57 route, it skirted the Manchester area, took the Woodhead Pass rather than the Snake Pass. Likewise it took the more direct B1432 instead of the A158.
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