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A1068 Road - Geograph - 730636.jpg
A1068 Road
Warkworth Bridges, old and new - Geograph - 1859815.jpg
Warkworth Bridges, old and new
The new bridge, carrying the A1068, was built in 1965 to replace the medieval bridge which was completely inadequate to cope with modern traffic.
New bridge over River Aln at Lesbury - Geograph - 971185.jpg
New bridge over River Aln at Lesbury
Bridge over River Aln - Geograph - 195063.jpg
Bridge over River Aln
A quintessential English river scene on a perfect summer's day
Hartford Bridge over the River Blyth (C) peter robinson - Geograph - 3218575.jpg
Hartford Bridge over the River Blyth (C) peter robinson
A192 towards Cramlington (C) JThomas - Geograph - 2977887.jpg
A192 towards Cramlington (C) JThomas
Sheepwash Bridge and Weir (C) Oliver Dixon - Geograph - 2506144.jpg
Sheepwash Bridge and Weir (C) Oliver Dixon
The bridge carries the A1068.
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Bridge over the River Wansbeck, Sheepwash
There is one-way traffic on this bridge, controlled by lights
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A1068 towards Ashington
A1 at Alnwick - Geograph - 4262433.jpg
A1 at Alnwick One of the junctions on the A1 giving access to Alnwick.
National Cycle Network route 1 near Wooden Farm - Geograph - 1859744.jpg
National Cycle Network route 1 near Wooden Farm There is now a separate cycle track (National Cycle Network route 1 - Coast and Castles route, and European Cycle Network - North Sea Cycleway) which runs alongside the busy A1068 the whole way between Warkworth and Alnmouth.
A1068 southbound - Geograph - 3903845.jpg
A1068 southbound
Cycle-foot path, A1086 - Geograph - 2955617.jpg
Cycle-foot path, A1086 The path has been built along the route of the A1086 but on the other side of the hedge. The hedge is hawthorn - beware, but hedge trimmers do not operate during the bird breeding season.
Level crossing on the A1068, Choppington - Geograph - 1790550.jpg
Level crossing on the A1068, Choppington Just to the left (west) of the level crossing is the site of Choppington station, which closed to passengers in 1950. It was subsequently demolished. Photos of the station before and after closure, with information on the history of the railway line, can be found at http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/c/choppington/index.shtml The line remains in use for freight trains.

 

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