A105 road

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A105 road
Route information
Length: 8 mi (13 km)
Major junctions
From: Canonbury
  A1199 A1199 road
A104 A104 road
A503 A503 road
A504 A504 road
A1080 A1080 road
A109 A109 road
A406 A406 road
A1004 A1004 road
A111 A111 road
A110 A110 road
To: Enfield Town
Location
Primary
destinations
:
Wood Green
Road network

The A105 road is an A road in London, England. It runs from Canonbury, in between Highbury and Dalston, to Enfield Town. The road is 8 miles (13 km) long. Part of the road forms Green Lanes, one of the longest streets in London, while the A105 also serves as the primary access route to the Shopping City shopping centre.

The road originally continued north from Enfield Town through Forty Hill and Bulls Cross, crossing the A10 to the A1010 at Bullsmoor to the south of Waltham Cross. The section between Enfield Town and the A10 is now unclassified. The northern-most section has since been extended eastwards to become part of the A1055.

Coordinates: 51°35′55″N 0°06′39″W / 51.5987°N 0.1109°W / 51.5987; -0.1109