A41 road

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The A41 is a major trunk road in England that links London and Birkenhead, although it has now in parts been superseded by motorways.wikipedia
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Watford

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It passes through or near various towns and cities including Watford, Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead, Aylesbury, Solihull, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton, Newport, Whitchurch, Chester and Ellesmere Port.
The toll road followed approximately that of the original A41 road.

Brent Cross

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It becomes a dual-carriageway on Finchley Road, through Swiss Cottage, and along Hendon Way, and intersects with the North Circular Road near Brent Cross shopping centre.
Brent Cross is an area of the London Borough of Barnet, England, near the A41 Brent Cross Flyover over the A406 North Circular Road.

Baker Street

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The route begins near the Marble Arch end of Oxford Street (A40) in London's West End, at the junction with Portman Street/Gloucester Place (northbound) – Baker Street/Orchard Street (south-bound).
Baker Street is a busy thoroughfare, lying in postcode areas NW1/W1 and forming part of the A41 there.

Aylesbury

Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
It passes through or near various towns and cities including Watford, Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead, Aylesbury, Solihull, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton, Newport, Whitchurch, Chester and Ellesmere Port.
Aylesbury's population in the ten-year period since 2001 has grown by two thousand primarily related to the development of new housing estates which will eventually cater for eight thousand people on the north side, between the A41 (Akeman Street) and the A413 and the expansion of Fairford Leys estate.

Solihull

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It passes through or near various towns and cities including Watford, Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead, Aylesbury, Solihull, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton, Newport, Whitchurch, Chester and Ellesmere Port.
A number of main roads pass through Solihull including the A41 Birmingham to Warwick road and the A34 Birmingham to Stratford road.

M1 motorway

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The A41 continues alongside the M1 into Hertfordshire.
It starts at the Watford Bypass (A41), which runs south-east to meet the A1 at Apex corner, and ended on the A5 at Crick.

A405 road

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After passing under the junction with the A405, the A41 turns towards the west.
At present, it is 4.8 miles (7.7 km) long and runs from the A41 at Leavesden Green, near Watford, to the A414 at Park Street Roundabout near St Albans.

Tring

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The old route through Kings Langley is now classified A4251 and continues to south of Tring.
It is situated in a gap passing through the Chiltern Hills, classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 30 mi north-west of London, and linked to London by the old Roman road of Akeman Street, by the modern A41, by the Grand Union Canal and by the West Coast Main Line to London Euston.

Kings Langley

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It passes through or near various towns and cities including Watford, Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead, Aylesbury, Solihull, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton, Newport, Whitchurch, Chester and Ellesmere Port.
The 18th century Sparrows Herne turnpike road (later the A41 trunk road) traversed the Chilterns via the valley of the River Gade and ran down the village high street.

Whitchurch, Shropshire

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It passes through or near various towns and cities including Watford, Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead, Aylesbury, Solihull, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton, Newport, Whitchurch, Chester and Ellesmere Port.
Whitchurch has roads to Wrexham, Nantwich, Chester and Shrewsbury; the A41/A49 bypass opened in 1992.

Birkenhead

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The A41 is a major trunk road in England that links London and Birkenhead, although it has now in parts been superseded by motorways.
The A41 trunk road connects Woodside with Marble Arch in London.

B roads in Zone 4 of the Great Britain numbering scheme

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The Tring bypass ends with the border of Hertfordshire, at the junction with the B4635, B4009 (former route through Aston Clinton) and B488.

Sparrows Herne Turnpike Road

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It follows part of the line of the old Roman road, Akeman Street and the eighteenth century Sparrows Herne turnpike.
The route was approximately that of the original A41 road; the Edgware Road, through Watford, Kings Langley, Apsley, the Boxmoor area of Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted and Tring.

Ellesmere Port

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It passes through or near various towns and cities including Watford, Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead, Aylesbury, Solihull, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton, Newport, Whitchurch, Chester and Ellesmere Port.
The A41 road between Birkenhead and Chester, also passes through the area.

Wigginton, Hertfordshire

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Before Tring, near Wigginton, it crosses the Icknield Way Path and Chiltern Way.
The nearest towns are Tring in Hertfordshire (1.5m NW) and across the other side of the A41, Chesham (6m S) and Wendover (6m W), both in Buckinghamshire.

Akeman Street

Roman road
It follows part of the line of the old Roman road, Akeman Street and the eighteenth century Sparrows Herne turnpike.
Parts of the A41 road between Berkhamsted and Bicester use the course of the former Roman road, as did the Sparrows Herne turnpike between Berkhamsted and Aylesbury.

Kingswood, Buckinghamshire

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At Kingswood, it passes the Crooked Billet (now the "Akeman Inn") and Plough and Anchor (now an Italian restaurant) pubs.
Kingswood is a hamlet of 30 dwellings on the South side of the A41 from Waddesdon to Bicester and between the villages of Ludgershall and Grendon Underwood in Buckinghamshire, England.

Waddesdon

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It then meets a roundabout with access for the new Berryfields development as well as Aylesbury Vale Parkway before passing under a railway line, then through Waddesdon, then passes close to Westcott near the former airfield of RAF Westcott.
Waddesdon is a village within the Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, England, 6 miles from Aylesbury on the A41 road.

Blackthorn, Oxfordshire

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It enters Oxfordshire and the district of Cherwell, and at Blackthorn it crosses the River Ray and meets a low bridge which was originally a 14 ft limit but due to bridge strikes, the road was lowered and the bridge now has a 15 ft limit.
The old village lies between the A41 and B4011 main roads.

Hemel Hempstead

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It passes through or near various towns and cities including Watford, Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead, Aylesbury, Solihull, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton, Newport, Whitchurch, Chester and Ellesmere Port. It climbs through the Chiltern Hills then descends into the valley of the River Bulbourne crossing water meadows just outside Hemel Hempstead at Boxmoor.
In the 1990s the A41 dual carriageway was built to the south and west of the town across the upland chalk plateau.

Aylesbury Grammar School

It meets the A4157 at a junction as Tring Road, and the next roundabout is near Aylesbury Grammar School and a Tesco.
It is situated east of the town centre on the southern side of the A41, between Walton (to the west) and Victoria Park (to the east).

Wolverhampton

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It passes through or near various towns and cities including Watford, Kings Langley, Hemel Hempstead, Aylesbury, Solihull, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton, Newport, Whitchurch, Chester and Ellesmere Port.
Major historical improvements to the city's road network include Thomas Telford's Holyhead Road (now part of A41), which was constructed between 1819 and 1826 to improve communications between London and Holyhead, and hence to Ireland.

Chiltern Hills

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It climbs through the Chiltern Hills then descends into the valley of the River Bulbourne crossing water meadows just outside Hemel Hempstead at Boxmoor.
Other major roads include the A413, the A41 and the A5.

Finchley Road

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It becomes a dual-carriageway on Finchley Road, through Swiss Cottage, and along Hendon Way, and intersects with the North Circular Road near Brent Cross shopping centre.
Today the route follows the A41 which becomes Finchley Road at St. John's Wood tube station.

M40 motorway

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With the opening of the M40 extension in 1990 from junction 8 – linking with the M42 near Birmingham – much of the route was downgraded in importance.
The road travels for 12 mi before reaching junction 9 for the A34 (E05) and the A41.