It has been described as the Killer Road in recent years. Originally part of the aborted M67 Trans Pennine Motorway, it was downgraded to a dual carriageway and then to its present format of a single carriageway with crawler lanes.
The A682 is a country road that runs between junction 13 of the M65 and Long Preston, a small village in the Yorkshire Dales. Is the worst road in England as it has claimed almost 100 fatalities over the last ten years.
A woman has been rescued after the car she was driving got stuck teetering on the edge of a 300ft cliff at St Agnes Head in Cornwall for several hours.
The Snake Pass is the name given to the remote, higher reaches of the A57 road where it crosses the Peak District between Manchester and Sheffield in the north of England.
Gravelly Hill Interchange, better known by its nickname Spaghetti Junction, is junction 6 of the M6 motorway where it meets the A38(M) Aston Expressway in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
The A54 road is a road linking Chester in Cheshire, England with Buxton in Derbyshire. According to a report done by the Road Safety Foundation for the European Road Assessment Programme (EuroRAP), the A54 is one of the most dangerous roads in the UK, second only to the A682 in Lancashire.
Walna Scar is a hill in the English Lake District, lying just south of a pass of the same name in the Coniston Hills.
Holme Moss is a moor in the south Pennines of England, on the border between the High Peak District of Derbyshire and the West Yorkshire district of Kirklees.
A recent survey has revealed that Swindon's notorious Magic Roundabout system is the seventh most feared road junction in England. We look back to when it was opened in 1972 with a vintage Points West TV report.
The Fosse Way was a Roman road in England that linked Exeter (Isca Dumnoniorum) in South West England to Lincoln (Lindum Colonia) in the East Midlands, via Ilchester (Lindinis), Bath (Aquae Sulis), Cirencester (Corinium) and Leicester (Ratae Corieltauvorum).
The Magic Roundabout in Swindon, England was constructed in 1972 and consists of five mini-roundabouts arranged in a circle. It is located near the County Ground, home of Swindon Town F.C.
Birmingham's complex interchange, where the M6, A38 and the A5127 meet, topped a list compiled by the RAC from a survey of 1,000 UK motorists. Second place was taken by the Severn Bridge, which carries the M48 between south Wales and South Gloucestershire.
This little village would seem to be an obviously poor place through which to drive your average large truck. It is in an obscure rural location. Its streets were built in the days of horses and carts. There is no room to pass and no room to maneuver.
At a height of 2,782 feet, Great Dun Fell is the second-highest hill in England's Pennines, lying two miles south along the watershed from Cross Fell, its higher neighbour.
Buttertubs Pass is a spectacular high mountain road which leads across the moors from Muker and Thwaite in Swaledale to the hamlet of Hardraw (famous for the nearby waterfall of Hardraw Force) and Hawes in Wensleydale.
Anchor is a remote hamlet in Shropshire, England, located at grid reference SO175851. The hamlet is the most westerly place in Shropshire.