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C105 (Newcastle upon Tyne)

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C105
Location Map ( geo)
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Fawdon Lane in winter
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From:  Gosforth (NZ239680)
To:  Fawdon (NZ227694)
Distance:  1.3 miles (2.1 km)
Meets:  A191, C103, C104
Highway Authorities

Newcastle upon Tyne

Traditional Counties

Northumberland

Route outline (key)
C105 Gosforth - Fawdon
This article is about the Class III road numbered C105 maintained by Newcastle upon Tyne Council.
For other roads numbered C105, see C105
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The C105 is a short road in north Newcastle upon Tyne. It begins at a small roundabout on the A191 Salters Road in the Gosforth area of the city and heads north-west along Jubilee Road. It passes through leafy suburbia and then the red-brick houses of Coxlodge where it meets the C103 at a signalised crossroads. Jubilee Road becomes the misleadingly named 'The Meadows', and then Fawdon Lane as it passes over a level crossing adjacent to Fawdon Station on the Tyne and Wear Metro. From here the road heads generally north, past at least one sign confirming its number, before ending at traffic lights on the C104 Kingston Park Road.




C105 (Newcastle upon Tyne)
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Class III Roads maintained by the local authorities in the Tyne and Wear area
Gateshead
NewcastleC100 • C101 • C102 • C103 • C104 • C105 • C106 • C107 • C108 • C109 • C110 • C111 • C112 • C113 • C114 • C115 • C116 • C117 • C118 • C119
C120 • C121 • C122 • C123 • C124 • C125 • C126 • C127 • C128 • C129 • C130 • C131 • C132 • C133 • C134 • C135 • C136 • C137 • C138 • C139
C145 • C154 • C220 • C226 • C303 • C322
N Tyneside
S Tyneside
SunderlandC500 • C501 • C502 • C503 • C504 • C505 • C506 • C507 • C508 • C509 • C510 • C511 • C512 • C513 • C514 • C515 • C516 • C517 • C518 • C519
C522 • C523 • C524 • C551 • C552


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