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Description:M6 Motorway at junction 14 The northern end of the third (isolated) section of the M6, opened on August 4th 1962. Within a year, this bypass of Stafford was linked to that avoiding Stoke, forming a continuous motorway route between today's junctions 13 and 16.
Location:52.824419, -2.147322
Road:M6
Date:21 01 2011
Photographer:(c) Copyright Peter Whatley and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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current21:49, 6 June 2016Thumbnail for version as of 21:49, 6 June 2016640 × 480 (50 KB)Jeni (talk | contribs)'''M6 Motorway at junction 14''' The northern end of the third (isolated) section of the M6, opened on August 4th 1962. Within a year, this bypass of Stafford was linked to that avoiding Stoke, forming a continuous motorway route between today's juncti...

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