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Re: Ordinary streets once par…
by Vierwielen View the latest post
Tue Sep 21, 2021 17:32
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Johnstonebridge Interchange :
Junction 16 on the A74(M), which marks the southern end of the last and longest rural section of the M74/A74(M) to be built, is a dumbbell. To the west is a link to the B7076 (the remains of the former dualled A74) and to the east is the entrance to Annandale Water services.
The motorway and the ex-A74 are parallel, running due north-south, and at the same level. The service area is at a lower level as the land falls eastward to the River Annan. The junction roundabouts
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