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Canderwater Interchange :
The former Canderwater Interchange, also known as Draffan Interchange (and often mis-spelt Draffen in lists of motorways in Scotland published by the government in the 1960s, 70s and 80s) was the southern terminus of the M74 for the first 20 years of that motorway's existence. It also had a 3-year prehistory as a junction on the A74. It was located between the present junctions 8 and 9.
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