|From:||Hallgarth Street (NZ277416)|
|Distance:||1.1 miles (1.8 km)|
|Met:||A177, A1050, B1282, A690|
|Now part of:||A177|
|Route outline (key)|
The A1051 was a short road to the south of Durham city centre. Although narrow, it must have been well-used as it avoided the incredibly busy Market Place.
The road started on the A177 Hallgarth Street and headed west along Stockton Road before crossing the A1050 and coming into view of the River Wear. It turned sharply left next to Durham School before ending on the A690 at the top of Crossgate.
When roads in Durham were improved in the 1980s, the A1051 disappeared. The easternmost section is now part of a rerouted A177, the rest is unclassified.