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Re: A1077(M): Pathetic Motorw…
by SBRoxMan View the latest post
Thu May 13, 2021 23:32
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M74 and A74(M) History :
The M74 and A74(M) are motorways in southern Scotland, the latter being a southward continuation of the former. Considered together, they run from Glasgow to a point just south of the English border near Gretna, where they meet the M6. They form the only substantially-D3M long-distance rural motorway in Scotland. (The A74(M) is D3M throughout; the M74 is a mixture of D2M and D3M, with some sections near Glasgow widened to D4M in 2017.)
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