Diversion from A614 onto A1(M) northbound at Blyth - L'escargot
I understand that because of roadworks on the A614 you can't (at the moment) get from Bawtry directly onto the A1(M) northbound at Blyth roundabout. What is the diversion route?
Diversion from A614 onto A1(M) northbound at Blyth - Jon P
M. Snail

Went that way mid-week. As far as I could see, there was a brief diversion through a Harworth industrial estate which will bring you out just before the motorway roundabout.

I was actually going north towards Bawtry but judging by the opposing traffic flow, the reverse was possible.
Diversion from A614 onto A1(M) northbound at Blyth - L'escargot
Thanks Jon P.

Edited by L'escargot on 04/07/2009 at 08:40

Diversion from A614 onto A1(M) northbound at Blyth - TimOrridge
Not much help, but I imagine they would diverting through Retford if the r'bout is out of action, but Harworth is better bet as mentioned above.

Edited by TimOrridge on 03/07/2009 at 22:15

Diversion from A614 onto A1(M) northbound at Blyth - ifithelps
...A1(M)...Blyth roundabout....

Thought we were in Northumberland. :)
Diversion from A614 onto A1(M) northbound at Blyth - Hamsafar
I think I went there last saturday. I wasn't bad. I think it went behind a big powerstation or coal mine or some such industrial place.
Diversion from A614 onto A1(M) northbound at Blyth - ifithelps
Blyth has a power station and nearby Ellington was the last deep coalmine in the North East.

It closed in 2005, but you way well have seen the pithead.

There's also a large cement, or similar, works.
Diversion from A614 onto A1(M) northbound at Blyth - Teresa Lockton
Hi there.....the road closes today from 9am and will be closed for 5 weeks. You can still access the A1 from the Blyth side though so you'd be diverted through Scrooby and Ranskill I suspect. Apparently you can still leave the A1 at that junction and go towards Bawtry without being diverted.
Diversion from A614 onto A1(M) northbound at Blyth - skidpan

Blyth has a power station and nearby Ellington was the last deep coalmine in the North East.

The OP is referring to Blyth in Nottinghamshire not Blyth in the North East.

One hell of a diversion via Ellington.

 

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