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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NT8065 : Lorry on the A1 by N Chadwick
NU1133 : A1 north of the junction with the B1342 by N Chadwick
NU1133 : Junction of the B1342 & A1 near Belford by N Chadwick
NT7474 : Traffic on the A1 below a telecommunications station by N Chadwick
NT7772 : Bridges across Dunglass Burn by N Chadwick
NT8363 : Houndwood road junction, A1 by N Chadwick
NT8264 : Cottages by the A1 by N Chadwick
NT8562 : A1 near Houndwood by N Chadwick
SK7958 : Traffic on The Great North Road (A1) by N Chadwick
SK7957 : Church Lane Bridge, Great North Road (A1) by N Chadwick
NT2674 : Montrose Terrace by N Chadwick
SK7957 : The A1 across a field by N Chadwick
TF0009 : Great North Road through Great Casterton by Toby Speight
SK9223 : Crossroads in the centre of Colsterworth by Toby Speight
SK9322 : Colsterworth turn from A1 by Toby Speight
SE3970 : Boroughbridge road south of Dishforth Airfield by Toby Speight
NT8463 : The Eye Water by the A1 by N Chadwick
NT8363 : A1 below Green Wood by N Chadwick
NT2674 : Montrose Terrace (A1) by N Chadwick
TL1878 : A1(M), Alconbury Hill by N Chadwick
TL1781 : Overbridge near Whitehall farm, A1(M) by N Chadwick
TL1783 : St Andrew's Way Overbridge, A1(M) by N Chadwick
TL1690 : Approaching Junction 16, A1(M) by N Chadwick
TL1590 : Junction 16, A1(M) by N Chadwick
TL1493 : Approaching Junction 17, A1(M) by N Chadwick

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

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