File:Inshes junction.jpg

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Description:Taken from a 80s OS map, showing the previous Inshes junction before the construction of the B8082. This junction was partially replaced and the southbound link road is still used today. The northbound link road was closed when the Inshes retail park was built and the diverge lane arrow is still visible on the northbound carridgeway albeit INCREDIBLY faded. These two roads were probably connected and made up the A9 rather than crossing a bridge over a non existent Dual carrigeway!
Location:57.471464, -4.184593
Road:A9, B9006
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current20:42, 15 August 2015Thumbnail for version as of 20:42, 15 August 20151,936 × 1,548 (915 KB)Duncan macknight (talk | contribs)Taken from a 80s OS map, showing the previous Inshes junction before the construction of the B8082. This junction was partially replaced and the southbound link road is still used today. The northbound link road was closed when the Inshes retail park w...

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