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Re: Forgotten GB road numberi…
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Abington Interchange :
Abington Interchange, also known as Nether Abington Interchange, is where the A74(M) becomes M74. It is Junction 13 on both motorways. The change of road number is indicated by a chopsticks sign inside the junction on the northbound carriageway but there is none southbound.
The most important non-motorway route at this junction is the A702 to the NE, which is a trunk road and the recommended route from the western side of England to Edinburgh. About one mile
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