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Princess Parkway - Geograph - 357213.jpg
Princess Parkway
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A5103

Old style flashing '40 slow' signage. This would have been activated by speed loops in the road. It has now been disabled.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 09, 2007 by snowdon
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M56 J3 - 10 - A5103_6

A No Peds, No Horses, No cycles sign which is placed right at the end of the sliproad. Why is it at the end of the slip and not the beginning - because there's a bus stop on the sliproad!!! Also, there is a cycle path which starts here which runs along the left side of the carriageway.

Posted by RickyB_uk on 9/23/2003

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by M4Simon
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M56 J3 - 09 - A5103_1

First sign you get to for the A5103, weaving can be a problem here as traffic joining from the A560 has to move out to lane 2 whilst traffic wishing to leave here has to move from lane 2 to lane 1

Posted by RickyB_uk on 9/23/2003

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by M4Simon
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M56 J3 - 09 - A5103_3

Actually, I think there are 3 lanes for City Centre & Didsbury

Posted by RickyB_uk on 9/23/2003

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by M4Simon
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M56 J3 - 09 - A5103_4

Yep, there are 3 lanes.

Posted by RickyB_uk on 9/23/2003

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by M4Simon
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M56 J3 - 10 - A5103_5

Were not actually on the M60 yet, and we're getting this sign - are we allowed to join the sliproad if we're not in a bus?

Posted by RickyB_uk on 9/23/2003

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by M4Simon
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M56 J3 - 09 - A5103_2

So which direction do we need to turn to stay on - right???

Posted by RickyB_uk on 9/23/2003

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by M4Simon
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Old Manchester 4. City Centre 2

A few things on here. All of the 'old' part of the Mancunian Way is complete, but it seams that the 'unfinished' slip is complete and connects with Brook St. Princess Road (A5103) doesn't yet meet it's Mancunian Way Junction, it also seams to have some sort of connector with Moss Lane planned? No Chester Road Flyover (the old Iron one) installed yet ether. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 04, 2005 by Mediaman_12

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A5103 at Hulme Arch - Coppermine - 6069.JPG
A5103 at Hulme Arch

Present day photo to match one posted by Lil in a POTM thread.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 28, 2006 by Bryn666
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Manchester inner ring road proposal

A street plan of unknown vintage, with the proposed Inner Ring Road highlighted (by me) in yellow. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 02, 2005 by bealach na ba

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Moss Side, shopping parade - Geograph - 2166494.jpg
Moss Side, shopping parade
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Old Manchester 7. M60 & M56

All sorts of (odd looking) proposed routes to do with the M60 (M63) junction including the T.O.T.S.O. on to the Princess Parkway. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 03, 2005 by Mediaman_12

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Chunky mast arms on the A5103 Princess Road in Manchester. - Coppermine - 4438.JPG
Chunky mast arms on the A5103 Princess Road in Manchester. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 10, 2006 by Bryn666
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This is where the M60 crosses over the A5103. The interchange caters only for left handed movements off the A5103 and right handed movements off the M60, along with passthroughs for local bus services.
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Plan for an interchange at West Didsbury Junction dating from 1970. The wide central reservation allows provision for a tidal flow carriageway to be added later.
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Original planned layout for Princess Parkway Interchange from the mid-1960s
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1960s proposals for a roundabout interchange at West Didsbury Junction with the A5103 in an underpass. This was subsequently changed to a diamond with the A5103 on a flyover following discovery of poor drainage that could cause problems with an underpass.
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Offline proposal for A5103 between Princess Parkway Interchange and West Didsbury from the early 1970s
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The full layout of Medlock Street Junction as planned in the early 1970s
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Rejected option for Princess Parkway Interchange as part of proposals to widen the M63 in the 1990s. The junction would have been rebuilt with the addition of north to west links in lieu of the Hardy Lane Extension.

 

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