A small filling station situated just off the A1(M) at J60 where the A689 meets it.
Access is available to traffic in both directions however traffic heading eastbound upon leaving will be required to use the roundabout at J60.
Bradbury Service Station
Trivia and History
When the road was realigned to accommodate the new A1(M), a garage was built here. It was previously branded BP, later Harvest Energy.
It was the first place in the UK to have a Bake & Bite bakery.
In 1988 there was a plan to re-build the site and add a motel, which didn't happen. In 2009 there was a plan to build a coffee shop and park and ride site here, which again didn't happen.
On Thursday 4 February 2021 at 2:59pm, KSC Worldwide Ltd. handed over the filling station to Certas Energy following the sale of their forecourts to them. The site will be rebranded in March 2021 to become a Gulf filling station and will feature a Spar store.
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