Jesmond Road runs from the centre of Newcastle to Jesmond as far as its junction with Benton Bank and Jesmond Dene Road, at the edge of Jesmond Dene. Jesmond Road has some notable 19th century buildings, including Jesmond Parish Church, Shiners, and the gothic-style Punch Bowl pub, and also for the gothic entrances to Jesmond Cemetery and All Saints Cemetery. The layout of Jesmond Road changed significantly in 1973, with the building of the central motorway (A167), which cut off what is now Jesmond Road West. Part of Jesmond Road now forms a section of the A1058 route which runs from Newcastle out to Tynemouth. The final eastern section of Jesmond Road is seperate to the A1058 and runs from the former Cradlewell pub to Holy Trinity Church; there are numerous shops and resturants along this section of the road.