The Old Alboraya Road is a continuation of Alboraya Street, beginning in what used to be Tránsitos Road, now Primado Reig Avenue.
As one can tell from its name, it used to be a road that linked the centre of the city to the village of Alboraya, and vice versa. The main point of access to it was the Trinidad Bridge.
The road communicated the areas of Orriols-Rascanya, San Lorenzo and Benimaclet with each other, along lots of curves. The Rascanya irrigation canal crossed it (as it still does, of course).
In parallel with it ran the railroad tracks of the “Little Train” (Trenet), belonging to the FEVE company, later FGV. It went from the Pont de Fusta Bridge to Rafelbuñol and crossed the road near the railway stop of San Lorenzo (which was situated by what is now Alfahuir Avenue, approximately in the vicinity of Mercadona).
Around this point it also connected to its right with the Engineer´s Houses Road (Camino Casas del Ingeniero), coming from Benimaclet.
Close to the intersection of the two roads were the Copa Houses (Las Casas de Copa). Also nearby was a place called El Pellero (The Skinner). The person living there sold rabbit pelts.
In this area you would also find the San Lorenzo well (Fuente de San Lorenzo).