Trinity Foot Junction
|Trinity Foot Junction|
|Eastbound A14 exit|
|A14, C184, C186|
|Junctions related to the C184 (Cambridgeshire)|
|Junctions related to the C186 (Cambridgeshire)|
|Bucking Way Road Roundabout|
Trinity Foot Junction (also known as Buckingway Junction and or Swavesey Junction). It is currently junction 28 of the A14. It is named after the nearby former public house (which itself is named after the Trinity Foot beagles).
Prior to the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvements, it was a fairly low-standard junction that serves the villages of Boxworth and Swavesey and provides a U-turn for a couple of side roads just to the south.
This interchange was made busier by the arrival of Extra's Cambridge services, and will be replaced completely by a new junction Swavesey Junction a short distance to the west as part of the improvements. The new interchange will consist of three roundabouts: a pair of dumbells called Swavesey Northern Roundabout and Swavesey Southern Roundabout to the west, with a satellite roundabout called Cambridge Services Roundabout to the east.
|The MIDLANDS, The NORTH (A1(M))|
|Harwich, The SOUTH (M11)|
|Swavesey 2, Over 3|
- pints and pubs (09.11.2017)