Maps of Wales : the Roads
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The map should be used in conjunction with the maps listed on walesdirectory.co.uk/maps.
The roads shown are the major roads in Wales and the connections in the English Borderlands.
Please click on the map to Zoom into the counties of Wales.
In the North the main East/West coastal road is the A55 Expressway, this
joins on to the A5 near Bangor to cross the Isle of Anglesey to Holyhead
and the Irish Ferry.
The other main route crossing the North is the A5. This is the old road
linking Holyhead and the Irish Ferries with London England.
In the South the M4 is the main East/West route from London, England as
far as Carmarthen. From Carmarthen continue on the A40 to Fishguard for
the Irish Ferries.
The A470 links North Wales to South Wales. Llandudno in the North to Cardiff
in the South.
For minor roads go to walesdirectory.co.uk/maps/
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