The A102 :: Shared Description

The A102 starts in Clapton in the north London Borough of Hackney and ends at the Sun-in-the-Sands interchange in Kidbrooke in the south Royal Borough of Greenwich, where it continues as the A2 towards the south coast.

The A102 was formerly a continuous route including two motorway sections classified as the A102(M) however, subsequent to the renumbering of part of the route in 1999, the A102 designation belongs only to the section including the Blackwall Tunnel linking the A12 and the A2 and also to the section from Clapton to Hackney Wick.

The A102(M) section of the road lost its motorway status following the formation of the Greater London Authority (GLA) and the subsequent transfer of all trunk roads except M1, M4 and M11 to Transport for London (LinkExternal link SABRE Wiki).
by David Dixon
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12 images use this description:

TQ4077 : Charlton Road (B210) Crossing the A102 by David Dixon
TQ4077 : View of the Emirates Air Line from the A102 by David Dixon
TQ3978 : Bridge Over the A102, Greenwich by David Dixon
TQ3978 : Sunday traffic queue on the A102 near Greenwich by Malc McDonald
TQ3979 : A102, Greenwich Peninsula by David Dixon
TQ4078 : Greenwich, Sliproad from A102 by David Dixon
TQ4077 : A102 Passing Under Old Dover Road by David Dixon
TQ3979 : A102 Exiting The Blackwall Tunnel by David Dixon
TQ3979 : A102 Blackwall Tunnel Approach Road by David Dixon
TQ4077 : Overhead Sign Gantry over the A102 near Charlton by David Dixon
TQ3880 : A102 Northern Approach to the Blackwall Tunnel by David Dixon
TQ3880 : The New Blackwall Tunnel by David Dixon


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Created: Mon, 2 Sep 2013, Updated: Mon, 2 Sep 2013

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