Roman Roads

 Dere Street Devil's Causeway Ermine Street 2 Ermine Street 41 Fosse Way Great Road and Pye Road Icknield Street King Street Port Way Roman Road from Silchester to Bath Stane Street to Chichester Stane Street to Colchester Stanegate Roman Road The Street Watling Street Welsh Border Road

Roman Roads is in England.

Roman Roads are based on Ivan Margary's numbering scheme:

RM1: Watling Street

RM2: Ermine Street 2

RM3: Great Road and Pye Road

RM4: Port Way

RM5: Fosse Way

RM8: Dere Street

RM32: Stane Street to Chichester.

RM53: Roman Road from Silchester to Bath

RM87: Devil's Causeway

Ermine Street 41

In Margery's scheme there are two Ermine Streets: Ermine Street 2 and Ermine Street 41.

Ermine Street 41b

Ermine Street 41a

Ermine Street 41a travels from Silchester Roman Fort [Map] to Speen, Newbury [Map].

Welsh Border Road

Welsh Border Road describes an unamed Roman Road, and unnumbered by Margery, that went from Caerleon [Map] to Wroxeter, Shropshire [Map], passing through Usk, Monmouthshire [Map], Abergavenny, Monmouthshire [Map], Hereford [Map], Mortimer's Cross, Herefordshire [Map], Wigmore, Herefordshire [Map] and Leintwardine Bridge, Herefordshire [Map] where it crosses the River Teme just after its convergence with the River Clun.