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Carter Bar, 1960 - Geograph - 1279830.jpg
Carter Bar, 1960
The A68 at Carter Bar with border flags, marker stone and beacon - Geograph - 1383678.jpg
The A68 at Carter Bar with border flags, marker stone and beacon
The A68 between Minsteracres north entrance and Scales Cross - Geograph - 1671206.jpg
The A68 between Minsteracres north entrance and Scales Cross
A68 Dalkeith bypass - Coppermine - 20153.jpg
A68 Dalkeith bypass

View looking west from A6124 overbridge. 26/09/08

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 29, 2008 by Hagbard
A68 A6124 GSJ - Coppermine - 20152.jpg
A68 A6124 GSJ

A68 Dalkeith bypass. GSJ with A6124 looking SE, 26/09/08

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 29, 2008 by Hagbard
A68 England's last filling station - Coppermine - 17586.jpg
A68 England's last filling station

The last fuel stop before Scotland, taken on 19 October 2007 when the £1-per-litre mark was just becoming an average price at the pumps.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 04, 2008 by TS
A68 - Coppermine - 6533.JPG
A68

A few miles south of Edinburgh among the Lammermuir Hills.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 23, 2006 by Simon A6(M)
Welcome to England- drive on the left - Coppermine - 17585.jpg
Welcome to England � drive on the left

Arriving in England from Scotland, you must now drive on the left if you are not already (which you should be!).

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 04, 2008 by TS
Styford Bridge on the A68 - Geograph - 1823034.jpg
Styford Bridge on the A68
The new Drygrange Bridge - Geograph - 1942761.jpg
The new Drygrange Bridge
A68 crossing of the Tweed, replacing the old single track bridge just upstream.
A68 - A69 Road Junction North of Corbridge - Geograph - 1409660.jpg
A68 - A69 Road Junction North of Corbridge
The point where the A68 from the north joins the A69 (Carlisle to Newcastle road), the latter crossing the bridge.
Roundabout at Carfraemill - Geograph - 351998.jpg
Roundabout at Carfraemill
The view from the Carfraemill Hotel <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/70132'>NT5053 : Hotel at Carfraemill</a>, showing the roundabout where the A697 leaves the A68. On the left there is a modern sculpture of a horse.
A68 Scottish Border.JPG
The A68 at the Scottish Border
A68ByPubOppositeMotel.jpg
A68
Ancrum-new1.jpg
The New Ancrum Bridge carrying the A68 across the Teviot north of Jedburgh
Ancrum-old1.jpg
The Old Ancrum Bridge, formerly carrying the A68 across the Teviot north of Jedburgh
Ancrum-old2.jpg
Looking across the Old Ancrum Bridge, formerly carrying the A68 across the Teviot north of Jedburgh
A695 (C) Peter McDermott - Geograph - 2741982.jpg
A695 (C) Peter McDermott
Junction of the B6529 with the A695 above Corbridge.
Entering Jedburgh from the south (C) Stanley Howe - Geograph - 2950925.jpg
Entering Jedburgh from the south (C) Stanley Howe
Via the A68; with Lothian Park (rugby ground) on the left, and the ruined Abbey ahead.
Allensford Bridge over the River Derwent (C) Stanley Howe - Geograph - 2948477.jpg
Allensford Bridge over the River Derwent (C) Stanley Howe
A68 crossing from County Durham into Northumberland.
The A68 approaching Dalkeith (C) Liz 'n' Jim - Geograph - 1174042.jpg
The A68 approaching Dalkeith (C) Liz 'n' Jim
Near Kippilaw.
A720 final sections.jpg
The Final sections of the A720 under construction from 1990.
A 1 exit to A 68 - 1980 - Geograph - 2446475.jpg
A 1 exit to A 68 - 1980 A 1 north of Scotch Corner, exit to A 68 Corbridge and Bishop's Auckland (today Junction No. 58).
The Drygrange Bridge over the River Tweed - Geograph - 74212.jpg
The Drygrange Bridge over the River Tweed Ancient and modern. The Old Fly or Drygrange Bridge built in 1780 now only carries pedestrians, horses and cyclists. The new version takes the A68 over the River Tweed.
Cameras and snow gates on A68 - Geograph - 4992937.jpg
Cameras and snow gates on A68 Dun Law Wind Farm on the horizon.
The A68 at Soutra - Geograph - 1186965.jpg
The A68 at Soutra Viewed from Soutra Hill with Soutra Farm on the right.
A68 towards Edinburgh.jpg
The Dalkeith by-pass looking towards Edinburgh, with Arthurs Seat in the distance.
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The complete Darlington Inner Ring Road as planned in the early 1970's. The western side would have been the final stage which was never built. This map shows the remainder of the road as originally built with road numbers applicable to the time. The three roundabouts on the eastern side have been altered in the intervening years with Parkgate Roundabout becoming a set of traffic lights in 2014.

 

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