The Great Yorkshire Way (A6182) aerial view. Taken from a CIHT PDF brochure. The Great Yorkshire way opened on 29th February 2016, and was known as the Finningley and Rossington Regeneration Route Scheme or FARRRS. The view is looking broadly west. The A6182 continues over the M18 into central Donny.
The village in the distance, west of the A1 is Wadworth, from which the Wadworth Viaduct, to the village's north, takes its name.
Great Yorkshire Way (A6182) M18 junction 3. St Catherine's Interchange, looking north-west. Taken from Doncaster Council YouTube video. The A6182 continues over the M18 into Donny.
The railway in the foreground is a former coalfield railway. The East Coast Main Line is further to the east.
Eastern end of the Great Yorkshire Way A6182.
Junction with the A638, former Great North Road. Looking east. Taken from Doncaster Council YouTube.
I think it is called Parrots Corner. The river is the River Torne. The pub on the A638 is the Hare & Tortoise, which is a Mitchells and Butlers Vintage Inn, in Rossington.
The 4ZH pylon line to the left of the picture originates at Brinsworth Substation, crosses the M1 north of junction 32, passes near junction 4 (A630) of the M18, to the Thorpe Marsh substation near Barnby Dun, and a line further north from there goes to Drax power station. The other main substation for South Yorkshire is Neepsend. In June 2008, these substations were in deep water.
Traffic signals onto the A6182 White Rose Way Turn left for the M18 right into Doncaster
Welcome to Doncaster On a roundabout as you enter Doncaster. The roundabout was removed in 2012 and replaced with a large signalised crossroads
A6182 from M18 Junction 3 crossing the railway by the Railport, Doncaster- aerial 2014 Football Stadium to the north.