Was a road from Swinscoe to Newcastle-under-Lyme (formerly part of the A52). Became part of the A52 again, as the old route of the A52 north to Macclesfield became part of the A523 again. Previously was a road from Fenny Bentley to Great Rowsley (now B5056).
Commences at the junction of Finchley Road and Hendon Way on the A41. It goes through Golders Green and crosses the A406 and A1 at Henlys Corner, then heads through Regents Park Road to the centre of Finchley and Ballards Lane up to Tally-Ho Corner where it terminates on the A1000
The section of Hendon Lane north of Gravel Hill. Originally all of Hendon Lane and the A504 to the West of it was part of the A5000, although some old maps have the A5000 ending at the west on the A502, with that number taking over the remainder.
Formerly part of the A45 road. The northeastern section was numbered A4508 (A45-A508 link) until the mid 1990s, when the route was renamed A5076. The original one went from the A6 via Stricklandgate in Penrith. This became part of the A6 in a one-way pair.
May[clarification needed] run from Broad Street to Downtown Loughborough, but this may also be part of the A512. A recently decommissioned one ran along Fullhurst Avenue, Braunstone Avenue, Wyngate Drive, Woodville Road, Henley Road, Fosse Road, and Blackbird Road, And Abbey Park Road (now B5327) from Braunstone to Abbey Park.
Starts at junction of A4201 Albany Street, (Piccadilly Circus to Camden Town via Portland, Fitzrovia) goes via the A41 Park Road Junction (A41 Wellington Road) as the Prince Albert Road, and then continues to the A5 at Maida Vale as St. John's Wood Road. The road can be used as a northern bypass to the London Inner Ring Road between the Edgware Road and Great Portland Street section, and is often a much faster route than the A501 in this section.