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A4061 road

A4061 road shield

A4061 road
Major junctions
South end: Bridgend
  A473 A473 road
A4063 A4063 road
[ M 4  ] M4 motorway Junction 36
A4063 A4063 road
A4065 A4065 road
A4093 A4093 road
A4107 A4107 road
A4058 A4058 road
A465 A465 road
A4059 A4059 road
North end: Hirwaun
Location
Primary
destinations
:
Bridgend
Road network

The A4061 is the main road linking Bridgend with Hirwaun in South Wales, UK.[1] Originally it was a dead-end route to Nantymoel,[2] but was extended to Hirwaun as part of an unemployment relief program in the late 1920s.

Settlements served by this road include:

References

  1. ^ "1:250 000 Map".  
  2. ^ "MOT Half Inch Map Sheet 26".  

External links

  • SABRE - A4061

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