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|Length:||15 mi (24 km)|
|West end:||Greenwich ( )|
| A200 road
|East end:||Greenhithe ( )|
The A206 road links Greenwich with Greenhithe following the line of the River Thames. Today it is approximately 15 miles (24 km) in length, although the final section is a relatively new road. Its primary purpose is to link into the London Orbital motorway at the Dartford Crossing and is heavily used by lorries.
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