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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SK6677 : Approaching the Apleyhead Junction by N Chadwick
SK9231 : A1, Grantham turning by N Chadwick
NZ2066 : A1 / A167 junction by N Chadwick
TL1783 : St Andrew's Way Bridge, A1(M) by N Chadwick
SK9132 : A1, northbound by N Chadwick
SE3868 : Footbridge over the A1(M) by N Chadwick
TF0404 : A1 approaching Carpenters Lodge by N Chadwick
SK7371 : Eldon Street, Tuxford by Alan Murray-Rust
SK8935 : Northbound A1 from Low Road by David Dixon
SK8346 : Southbound A1, Junction for Long Bennington by David Dixon
SK6586 : Torworth by Toby Speight
SE2397 : Tunstall Road bridge, A1 by N Chadwick
SK8443 : Overbridge near Long Bennington, A1 by N Chadwick
NZ2107 : Footbridge over the A1 near Kneeton Hall by N Chadwick
SK7173 : Former filling station, Markham Moor by Alan Murray-Rust
SK9415 : B668 turn off, A1 by N Chadwick
SE4433 : Magnesian Limestone by the A1(M) by N Chadwick
TF0304 : A1 approaching junction with B1081 by Julian P Guffogg
SE3086 : A1(M) near Theakston Grange by N Chadwick
NZ2209 : Bridge over the A1(M) near Barton by N Chadwick
SK8246 : A1 northbound by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK9227 : Northbound A1, Stoke Rochford by David Dixon
SK6676 : A1 towards Cocked Hat Plantation by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK9611 : Layby on the Great North Road (A1) by David Dixon
SK8934 : Southbound A1 approaching Grantham by David Dixon

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

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