A574 road

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Route information
Length13 mi (21 km)
Major junctions
FromSankey Bridges, Warrington (A57)
53°24′12″N 2°34′24″W / 53.4032°N 2.5734°W / 53.4032; -2.5734 (A574 road (southwestern end))
ToButts Bridge, Leigh (A572)
53°29′32″N 2°29′57″W / 53.4921°N 2.4991°W / 53.4921; -2.4991 (A574 road (northeastern end))
Road network

The A574 is a road in England, running through the borough of Warrington before terminating at the end of Butts Bridge in Leigh. The route covers a distance of approximately 13 miles (21 km)[1] and links Warrington town centre with the outer suburbs of Birchwood and Sankey.

The road passes through the following districts of Warrington and Leigh (in route order):

Being in the new part of Warrington, the road is renowned for its numerous roundabouts[2]—26 in all,[3] the first one less than 12 mile (0.80 km) from the start and the last about 1 mile (1.6 km) from the terminus.[4]


  1. ^ The AA Route Planner
  2. ^ Society for All British Road Enthusiasts, A574 route description
  3. ^ Count of roundabouts on the A574, using maps at Multimap
  4. ^ A-Z Warrington and district 1998 Edition (pgs 12/13)
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Coordinates: 53°26′43″N 2°31′23″W / 53.4452°N 2.5230°W / 53.4452; -2.5230 (A574 road)

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