A110 road (England)
|This article does not cite any sources. (September 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)|
The A110 road running through Enfield.
| A11 road
In Waltham Forest, the A110 is called Whitehall Road and King's Road before going through Chingford. It is then called King's Head Hill and then Lea Valley Road, running between the King George's Reservoir and the William Girling Reservoir, and crossing the River Lea. The road then enters Enfield.
In Enfield, the A110 is called Lea Valley Road and Nag's Head Road at Ponders End. The remainder of the road towards Enfield town centre is called Southbury Road. The road serves Enfield town centre. Until the late 1980s, the road went along Alma Road and past Ponders End railway station; following the completion of the current A1055 road alongside the River Lea, the A110 was diverted to the north of the station. The original course is now called Wharf Road.
Further on, the A110 is called Windmill Hill before the junction with the A1005 at a roundabout, and then Slades Hill, Enfield Road and Bramley Road. After crossing the A111 road at a roundabout, the road becomes Cat Hill before leaving Enfield.
The final section of the A110 is in Barnet. The road is called Cat Hill and Brookhill Road in East Barnet, and then East Barnet Road and Station Road until it meets the A1000 road east of Barnet town centre.
Landmarks on the route
- King George V Reservoir
- William Girling Reservoir
- Enfield Bus Garage
- Southbury railway station
- Enfield Town railway station
- Enfield Town Park
- Enfield Chase railway station
- Trent Park golf course
- Oakwood tube station
- New Barnet railway station
|This London road or road transport-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|