List of primary destinations on the United Kingdom road network: Wikis

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Primary destinations are locations that appear on route confirmation signs in the United Kingdom. They are prescribed in Appendix C of Local Transport Note 1/94: The Design and Use of Directional Informatory Signs (LTN 1/94), published by the Department for Transport; except those in Northern Ireland[1]. Most are important settlements or conurbations, but some are bridges and tunnels, or even villages that are important junctions, e.g. Scotch Corner or Crianlarich.

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List of primary destinations

[1]

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England

[3]

Avon

[3]

Bedfordshire

Berkshire

Buckinghamshire

Cambridgeshire

Cheshire

Cleveland

[3]

Cornwall

Cumbria

Derbyshire

Devon

Dorset

Durham

East Sussex

Essex

Gloucestershire

Greater London

[4]

Greater Manchester

Hampshire

Hereford and Worcester

[3]

Hertfordshire

Humberside

[3]

Kent

Lancashire

Leicestershire

Lincolnshire

Merseyside

Norfolk

Northamptonshire

Northumberland

North Yorkshire

Nottinghamshire

Oxfordshire

Shropshire

Somerset

South Yorkshire

Staffordshire

Suffolk

Surrey

Tyne and Wear

Warwickshire

West Midlands

West Sussex

West Yorkshire

Wiltshire

Northern Ireland

[1]

Scotland

Wales

[3]

Clwyd

Dyfed

Gwent

Gwynedd

Mid Glamorgan

Powys

South Glamorgan

West Glamorgan

Notes

  1. ^ a b c LTN 1/94 does not include Northern Ireland
  2. ^ Some maps show primary destinations in a different colour or font size to other places. However, certain maps also include destinations that are not listed in LTN 1/94 without reference to any official designation as such.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Counties are as at July 1994, and shown as per the original referenced source.
  4. ^ Primary destinations in Greater London, other than Heathrow Airport and London, will generally only be signed within the M25 motorway.

References

  • Department of Transport (July 1994), Local Transport Note 1/94: The Design and Use of Directional Informatory Signs, London: HMSO, pp. 24–26   [1]

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