Concept

A149 road

Summary
The A149 is commonly known as "The Coast Road" to local residents and tourists, as this road runs along the North Norfolk coast from King's Lynn to Great Yarmouth, via coastal villages. Route King's Lynn to Hunstanton The road begins in King's Lynn on a roundabout with the A148 London Road and Nar Ouse Way and begins southbound out of King's Lynn. It runs over a railway bridge then past a Tesco Supermarket. It then reaches a major junction with the A47 and the A10 at a roundabout. It becomes a primary route heading north on Queen Elizabeth Way. This serves as an eastern bypass for King's Lynn. The road reaches a roundabout with the A1076 and the B1145 towards Gayton. The road continues as a primary route until Grimston Road Roundabout where the road becomes a secondary route. If you were to travel west along the A148, you would reach the centre of King's Lynn. Travelling east along the A148 would get you to Fakenham and Holt before reaching Cromer. When going from
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