Roads in North-East London: map of M11/M12/M15 junction
|Location||National Archives (see all files stored here)|
|File base||Series HLG, subseries HLG 159|
This file, like many in HLG 159, contains just two sheets of paper. One is the map, as promised, and the other is a short covering note explaining that the map is a diagrammatic representation of the M11/M12/M15 junction, which we knew from the title.
The map itself is an A4 photocopy of a pencil sketch, in which the layout of the junction matches everything we already knew. However, it helpfully extends a little way in each direction and so it helpfully shows us:
- Waterworks Corner was built as planned for Ringway 2;
- M15 would indeed continue through the junction, though how far it would go to the west is unclear;
- The first junction eastwards on the M12 (with the A123) would have been a standard roundabout interchange;
- Junction diagrams are not present for the M15 down to the A13, though the diagram does indicate that the A124 junction might have been north-facing only.
People with camera copies
Chris Marshall has a complete copy.