lay bye on north side of road
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lay bye on north side of road
It's coming back to what it was years ago , had a few couples up there at all times of day n night , it's a right good spot and is safe as you got woods and you can see all cars etc coming , try it , I'm getting there as regular as poss with bird as she's cock mad x see you there , all kind of players x gay TV s and couples x bang on x
Swan House on A68 layby after caravan park under surveillance by police great care needed if there at night a friend got a real interrogation by the cops
Now being constantly monitored by Police....keep away very dangerous
On road to burnhope from south moor there is a road leading to the old champmanswell opencast site. Nice and quite and ok for day or night time fun
picnic area between ushaw moor and esh winning mostly elderly men wanking each other
From Seaham harbour travel south on the new road.This area is easy to spot because of the two wind socks flying. Small carpark at entrance, continue past this parking area .. approx 1/4 mile further along large car parking area, no lights. Only one road in ..so can see vehicles coming in.Busy during days with walkers,but good after dark. usual flash interior lights on and wait to be approached. Or be brazen ... start the show yourselves!! Happy dogging ..see you there.
excellent area about 4.30pm for activity was up recently you won't be disappointed,couples later on evenings at weekends
head southbound along the A66 towards Darlington, go past the old petrol station that is now called 'Rent-A-Ramp', about 500 meters down the is a secluded laybay surrounded by trees and shrubs. good action after dark for couples and bi, leave interior map light on to signal for action.
Gay guys couples tea time secluded area no police
The road after Stone bridge pub car park which used to be the entrance to the now closed dairy is good after dark . its a dark area with little or no traffic.
One mile west of Stanhope turn right into sewage works plenty of action weekends
For anyone close enough to Bishop Auckland Butterknowle is a small village down from Cockfield. If you drive through Butterknowle, there's a car park on the outskirts of the village.
Always dark, no lights.
Throckley site just off the A69 is now being monitored by the police as farmer and nudists are complaining about the activity in the lane we got busted by the police recently as I understand it this is actually due to fly tipping and boy racers fleeing up and down the lane
You have been warned: activity in the lane is now being reported and car reg no's taken and forwarded to the police
Old fire station near doctors surgery - new couple and singles meeting site
The country road is now been targeted by youths who are damaging cars BE WARNED KEEP AWAY
Park near entrance and a quick flash of the lights will let people know
follow road down to claude terrace to the bottom and past sea view walk make sure your car headlights are turned off as you come past sea view walk and park in middle not to near the bottom with your engine turned off and have fun this is a new spot so enjoy and be safe from 12-4
picnic area, mainly gays although a few couples and the occasional tranny, police pop in during day, fairly quiet at night
on road from fishburn to butterwick after riding centre on right where the road bends turn into layby then go down the lane VERY GOOD couples mid afternoon and evening
fishburn industrial estate
go down the bank ,just past the ambulance station turn left into the industrial estate parking at far end Plenty of trees and woods for cover
Stephenson industrial estate car park next to football field turn off next to northumbria centre. Day and dark need more couples
between howden and bishop on the a689 just after the cross roads there a left turn in a layby (just after the one on the right)
carparks on the way to beach.come off coast road by corner shop and fish shop.follow road down to under viaduct.follow road round to the right.few couples been seen playing late afternoons after work.
on the B6301 between Tow Law and Cornsay Colliery, is Hedleyhope Nature Reserve where there is a small ideal quiet car park for fun or go for a walk, it is shielded from view by trees when heading from tow law ..used this our selves a few times best after dark due to walkers and families in the day..
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