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Junction on A689, Hartlepool - Geograph - 279238.jpg
Junction on A689, Hartlepool
A Road Summit - Coppermine - 8477.jpg
A Road Summit

The highest point of the highest A road in the country (the A689), on the Cumbria - Durham border.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 17, 2006 by Helvellyn
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High mileage

On the A689 Brampton bypass - a candidate for the highest total mileage on one sign?

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 03, 2006 by t1(M)
A177 A689 Roundabout - Coppermine - 18855.jpg
A177 A689 Roundabout

From window of nearby Travelodge

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 29, 2008 by Jack Russell
A1(M) Junction 60 Coming From A689 (2) - Coppermine - 1647.jpg
A1(M) Junction 60 Coming From A689 (2)

A1(M) Junction 60 Coming From A689 (2)

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 27, 2005 by A1
A1(M) Junction 60 Coming From A689.jpg - Coppermine - 1640.jpg
A1(M) Junction 60 Coming From A689.jpg

A1(M) Junction 60 Coming From A689.jpg

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 27, 2005 by A1
Old A177 - Coppermine - 18850.jpg
Old A177

Looking west from where old A177 crosses the A689 south of Sedgefield. The new A177 now crosses the other side of the petrol station at a roundabout

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 29, 2008 by Jack Russell
Newton Cap viaduct - Geograph - 14307.jpg
Newton Cap viaduct
Originally a rail bridge, re-decked for road traffic, now carrying A689 across the River Wear
Upper Wear- put in at Wearhead - Geograph - 1586809.jpg
Upper Wear- put in at Wearhead
The section of the River Wear from Wearhead to Stanhope is what paddlers mean by the Upper Wear. A waterfall just upstream from here is much harder than anything on this stretch of the river, and the most convenient place to put on is from the public footpath river right downstream of the main road bridge in Wearhead. In lower water, one can walk under the arch seen here, and put on a little further up to paddle under the river left arch (not visible in the picture). However, this is a good level, and if low enough to walk under the arch, there will be a few places lower down which are a bump and scrape.
Bridge over the South Tyne at Alston - Geograph - 445388.jpg
Bridge over the South Tyne at Alston
A view from the riverbank of <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/172433'>NY7146 : The Tyne Bridge at Alston</a>
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Level crossing at Milton
The A689 crosses the Carlisle to Newcastle line.
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kingstown Interchange as it is now.
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Kingstown Interchange as it is was in 2008.
Seaton Lane (B1276) meeting Stockton... (C) peter robinson - Geograph - 3557205.jpg
Seaton Lane (B1276) meeting Stockton... (C) peter robinson
A689 (C) Andrew Smith - Geograph - 213025.jpg
A689 (C) Andrew Smith
Descending from Killhope Cross into Weardale.
Dip in A689 crossing Claxton Bridge (C) peter robinson - Geograph - 3655042.jpg
Dip in A689 crossing Claxton Bridge (C) peter robinson
New section of A689 (C) David Liddle - Geograph - 3322019.jpg
New section of A689 (C) David Liddle
Railway bridge on the A689 in Bishop Auckland - Geograph - 3216672.jpg
Railway bridge on the A689 in Bishop Auckland
Old A177 - Coppermine - 18851.jpg
Old A177

Looking north accross the A689 from old A177

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 29, 2008 by Jack Russell
Newton Cap Viaduct, Bishop Auckland - Geograph - 1092712.jpg
Newton Cap Viaduct, Bishop Auckland
A689 Knarsdale.jpg
A689 looking south at Knarsdale
 

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