File:2010 Strip Map of the A74 I - Coppermine - 2515.JPG

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Description:2010 Strip Map of the A74 I

The A74 is dead. RIP 1923-2008. It now known as the M6. The M6 is bigger, longer & just as busy as ever. The Cumberland Gap has closed and the B7076 has been extended to the A7 thus taking over the last section of the A74, the Scottish section being renumbered A721. The Scottish Motorway Network (West) is now connected at last to the English Motorway network thus the British Motorway network is whole at last 52 years after the M6 first opened by-passing Preston.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 17, 2005 by ABeaton
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Road:A74(M), M6
Date:2005
Photographer:Abeaton
Source:Coppermine
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Galleries  | A74(M) | M6 | Cumberland Gap

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current08:38, 28 April 2012Thumbnail for version as of 08:38, 28 April 2012437 × 1,317 (1.65 MB)Abeaton (talk | contribs)Updated to modern standards
17:37, 31 March 2010Thumbnail for version as of 17:37, 31 March 2010287 × 750 (47 KB)Rileyrob (talk | contribs)'''2010 Strip Map of the A74 I''' The A74 is dead. RIP 1923-2008. It now known as the M6. The M6 is bigger, longer & just as busy as ever. The Cumberland Gap has closed and the B7076 has been extended to the A7 thus taking over the last section of the A7

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