Friars Goose Crossing
|Friars Goose Crossing|
|Met:||A695(M), A184, A194(M), A195|
|Route outline (key)|
The Friars Goose Crossing was a planned crossing of the river Tyne that would have formed the main link from Newcastle to the south. Continuing the A695(M) from Newcastle city centre it would have headed south (a gap still exists), crosses the Tyne from St Peters to Friars Goose, had a junction (via a spur) with the A184 near Pelaw and ending at the A194(M)/A195 junction. The main reason for it seems to be to bypass Gateshead, and the bridges across the Tyne upstream.
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