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by forestgump View the latest post
Mon Oct 25, 2021 22:31
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Kingstown Interchange :
The Kingstown Interchange, also known as Greymoorhill Interchange, was for the first 38 years of its existence the northern terminus of the M6. It is a grade-separated roundabout, junction 44 of the M6, connecting it to the A7 and A689 north of Carlisle. It formerly also connected the A74, upgraded in 2008 to become an extension of the M6.
The interchange opened in December 1970 along with the rest of the Carlisle By-Pass section of the M6. At the same
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