A627(M) motorway

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A627(M) shield

Route information
Length3.5 mi[1] (5.6 km)
Major junctions
North endRochdale
 Junction 20.svg UK-Motorway-M62.svg
M62 motorway
South endChadderton
Road network
Looking towards the M62 junction

The A627(M) is a motorway that runs between Chadderton and Rochdale in Greater Manchester, England. It is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) long and connects these two towns to the M62. It opened in 1972.[2]


Heading north, the road starts as a two-lane dual carriageway on the A663 at Chadderton. It turns sharply left and passes west of Royton. It continues to its next junction, where it has a 1-mile (1.6 km) spur. Although signed as the A627(M), a map exists showing it as the A6138(M).[3] After this junction it gains a third lane, before reaching a roundabout at the M62 junction 20. This junction has been designed to accommodate a future flyover.[4] After crossing the roundabout the route continues as a dual two-lane route for another 1 mile (1.6 km) before turning sharp right to reach its terminal crossroads.


A627(M) motorway
Northbound exits Junction Southbound exits
Lower Place, Milnrow A664
Rochdale, Sudden (A58)
Terminus Start of motorway
Bolton, Manchester M62
Leeds, Hull M62
M62 J20 Leeds, Hull M62
Bolton, Manchester M62
Castleton, Middleton (A664) Castleton, Middleton (A664)
Start of motorway Oldham A627
Royton, Shaw A663
Road continues as A663 towards
Manchester & Failsworth

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Directions to A627(M)". Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 13 May 2013.
  2. ^ CBRD Motorway Archive – A627(M)
  3. ^ Pathetic Motorways – A6138(M)
  4. ^ Pathetic Motorways – A627(M)

External links[edit]

Route map:

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