The A1147, renumbered from B1330 after 1975, is a short A-road in east Northumberland.
The road starts at a complicated-looking GSJ to the east of Bedlington (made more complicated by the fact the B1331 from Bedlington town centre joins here as well). The A1147 heads roughly northwards, initially through the suburbs of Bedlington Station (which no longer has an actual railway station) but it soon reaches open country.
The road goes under a freight-only railway line before crossing a burn and reaching the linear settlement of Bomarsund. This merges into Stakeford, where the road bends sharply left to end at a roundabout on the A196.