A1 & A1(M), Great North Road :: Shared Description

The A1 is the longest numbered road in the UK at 410 miles long. It connects London with Edinburgh, via the east of England.
For much of its path it follows the Great North Road the old coaching route between London and Edinburgh. Several sections of the route are classified as motorway A1(M). The modern A1 bypasses the towns the Great North Road passed through and is dual carriageway for most of its route through England.
by N Chadwick
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SK8934 : A1 west of Grantham by Julian P Guffogg
SK8061 : Footbridge over the Northbound A1 at Cromwell by David Dixon
SK8346 : The A1 heading north by N Chadwick
SK7075 : Southbound A1, Turning for West Drayton by David Dixon
TL1659 : Bushmead Road Bridge, A1 by N Chadwick
SK9324 : A1 southbound towards Colsterworth by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK7963 : Park Farmhouse, Carlton-on-Trent by Alan Murray-Rust
NZ2950 : Footbridge over the A1(M) by N Chadwick
TL0898 : A1 near Wansford Station by Julian P Guffogg
SE3381 : A1(M), northbound by N Chadwick
SE4242 : Footbridge over the A1(M) by N Chadwick
NZ3135 : A177 bridge over the A1(M) by N Chadwick
SK9322 : Great North Road (A1), Junction with B6403 by David Dixon
SE4433 : Footbridge over the A1(M) by N Chadwick
SE5304 : Doncaster Bypass (A1M) by David Dixon
TF0205 : Bridge over the A1, Wothorpe by N Chadwick
SK7865 : Bridge over the A1 by N Chadwick
NZ2360 : A1 / A692 Junction overbridge by N Chadwick
SE5402 : Works exit, A1(M) by N Chadwick
SE5209 : Southbound A1, Exit at Red House Interchange, Doncaster by David Dixon
TL1395 : A605 bridge, A1 by N Chadwick
SK7965 : Site of level crossing, Sutton-on-Trent by Alan Murray-Rust
SK7964 : Overbridge, Carlton on Trent, A1 by N Chadwick
SE5207 : A1(M), southbound by N Chadwick
NZ2200 : A1 north of Catterick by N Chadwick

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Created: Wed, 24 Nov 2010, Updated: Mon, 16 Jul 2012

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