A206 road

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A206 shield

Woolwich High Street forms part of the A206
Route information
Length: 15 mi (24 km)
Major junctions
West end: Greenwich (51°28′26″N 0°01′16″W / 51.474°N 0.021°W / 51.474; -0.021)
  A200 A200 road
A2203 A2203 road
A205 A205 road
A209 A209 road
A2016 A2016 road
A220 A220 road
A2000 A2000 road
A2026 A2026 road
A282 A282 road
A226 A226 road
East end: Greenhithe (51°26′53″N 0°16′44″E / 51.448°N 0.279°E / 51.448; 0.279)
Dartford Crossing
Road network

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.

The main settlements along the route are Greenwich, Charlton, Woolwich (with the Woolwich Free Ferry), Plumstead, West Heath, Belvedere, Erith, Dartford and Greenhithe.

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Coordinates: 51°28′56″N 0°06′44″E / 51.48213°N 0.11235°E / 51.48213; 0.11235