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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SK9418 : A1 Great North Road following the line of Ermine Street by David Dixon
SK9230 : Northbound A1, Services at Great Ponton by David Dixon
SK5599 : Alverley Road Bridge, A1(M) by N Chadwick
SK7371 : A1 southbound by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK6286 : Overbridge, Blyth junction, A1 by N Chadwick
SE4151 : A1(M), Wetherby Lane Bridge by N Chadwick
SK8254 : Southbound A1, Beckingham Road Bridge by David Dixon
TL1097 : A1 south towards Water Newton by Julian P Guffogg
SK7174 : Milestone at Markham Common by Alan Murray-Rust
NZ3050 : Lumley New Road Bridge (B1284), A1(M) by N Chadwick
SK8246 : A1, northbound by N Chadwick
SK8642 : A1 approaching junction for Allington and Sedgebrook by Julian P Guffogg
SE4147 : Bridge over the A1(M), Wetherby by N Chadwick
SK9033 : A1 near Grantham by David Dixon
SK8250 : B6326 Crossing the A1 near Balderton by David Dixon
SE3866 : A1(M), northbound by N Chadwick
TF0701 : A1 southbound by J.Hannan-Briggs
TL1781 : A1(M), northbound by N Chadwick
TL0997 : A1 northbound near the Nene Valley Railway by Julian P Guffogg
SK8836 : A52 overbridge, A1 by N Chadwick
SK8642 : A1, Layby near Foston by David Dixon
SK8838 : A1, Great Gonerby by N Chadwick
SK9711 : A1 Northbound by David Dixon
NZ2177 : A1, overbridge near Shotton by N Chadwick
SK9809 : A1 northbound, rain ahead by Julian P Guffogg

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

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