B roads in Zone 1 of the Great Britain numbering scheme
B1242 roadB1230 roadB1249 roadB1228 roadB1248 roadB1257B1257 roadB1362 roadB1081B1166
B roads are numbered routes in Great Britain of lesser importance than A roads.wikipedia
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Great Sampford is a village and civil parish on the junction of the B1053 and B1051 roads in the north-west of the English county of Essex.
Band (North Hykeham)HykehamHykeham Moor
It leaves the railway line on the eastern edge of the lakes, and runs straight through a housing estate to meet Tritton Road (B1003).
Radwinter is a village and a civil parish on the B1053 road, in the Uttlesford district of the county of Essex, England.
Bishops StortfordBishop StortfordBishop’s Stortford
It is located on the B1084 road which runs east to west.
LincolnLincoln, LincolnshireCity of Lincoln Council
Around the Tritton Road (B1003) trading estate, many new businesses have begun trading from large units with car parking.
It is located halfway between Bury St. Edmunds and Sudbury on the B1066 road in the Glem valley.
Horsley Cross lies on the B1035 road just to the north of the main A120 that connects London and Harwich and to the south of Horsleycross Street.
The old Great North Road passes through the centre of the town, and the High Street in the Old Town has several pubs that were coaching inns on this road; it is mostly now classified as the B197.
A roadA roadsB road
B roads are numbered routes in Great Britain of lesser importance than A roads.
Ruskington Urban District CouncilRuskynton
Ruskington is a large village and civil parish in the North Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England, located on the north-south B1188 road and slightly north of the A153 road.
Saxtead Green is a village on the A1120 road and the B1119 road, near the village of Saxtead and the town of Framlingham, in the Suffolk Coastal District, in the English county of Suffolk.
Horsleycross Street lies on the B1035 road about a mile to the north of the main A120 that connects London and Harwich and to the north of Horsley Cross.
It is situated on the B1206 road, 4 mi south from Brigg and the M180.
Butley lies 7+1/2 mi east of the town of Woodbridge on the B1084 (Orford) road.
roundabout with Nettleham Road (B1182).
Kett's Oak, said to be the rallying point for the rebellion, can be seen on the B1172 road between Wymondham and Hethersett, part of an earlier main road to London.
Pedestrian and cycle access from the B176, Cheshunt Wash 51.715°N, -0.0221°W links to the towpath of the river to join the Lee Valley Walk.
MerseaCobmarsh IslandMersey Island
The main access to the island is via a causeway known as the Strood, carrying the Mersea–Colchester road (B1025).
The town is at the junction of the B1116, B1119 and B1120 roads.
The village is situated approximately 7 mi north-east from Sleaford, and lies on the B1189 Walcott road near its junction with the A153.
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Old Leake is situated approximately 8 mi north-east from Boston, and on the A52 road between Leverton and Wrangle at the junction of the B1184 (from Sibsey).
Grantham, LincolnshireGrantham, EnglandMayor of Grantham
It crosses the B1174 at Gonerby Hill.