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The A6 London—Inverness Trunk Road (Kettering Southern Bypass) Order 1987

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The route of the new trunk road is a route about 9 kilometres in length at Kettering in the County of Northamptonshire. It starts at a point on the southern boundary of the Trunk Road about 380 metres north-west of the junction between the Trunk Road and Thorpe Lane, then going in a southerly direction to pass under the A43 Oxford—Market Deeping Trunk Road, known as Northampton Road, then in a south-easterly direction to pass under the A509 Wellingborough Road, and then in an easterly direction to end at a point on the Trunk Road about 450 metres south of its junction with Woodland Avenue, Barton Seagrave.

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