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Allander Toll

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Allander Toll
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Lanarkshire • Stirlingshire
Highway Authority
East Dunbartonshire • Glasgow
Junction Type
Roads Joined
A807, A879, B8049
Junctions related to the A807
Junctions related to the A879

Today Allander Toll is a simple four-arm roundabout, although this is a relatively modern arrangement. In the past it was a staggered crossroads with a single bridge across the Allander Water, while today there are two such bridges. The roundabout has been built over the northern part of the former junction, to the north of the river, with the B8049 diverted across a new bridge to meet it.


The A807 passes through the junction from North West to North East, although old maps suggest that in the past this may have been a TOTSO, as the NW arm of the A807 seems to flow naturally into the A879 that arrives from the south. The A879 then crosses the River Allander, and immediately met the B8049 which joins from the south west. The old route of the B8049 is now part of the Allander Way / Kelvin Walkway into Glasgow City Centre, as the road has been diverted across a new bridge to meet the roundabout on the north bank of the river.


The A879 bridge over the Allander Water.

Both the A879 and B8049 cross the river on modern concrete bridges. However, it appears that they were not built at the same time as the Allander Way has to cross the B8049 on the level, while a walkway is provided under the A879 bridge. This may be a cost saving on the B-road, but it is still heavily trafficked and the two bridges do differ in appearance.


Route To Notes




Kirkintilloch (A803)





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