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View in 1972 of the A614 bypass of Nottingham being built, showing the Clifton Bridge being dualled at the Silverdale Interchange also known as the Queen's Drive Roundabout. View looks south from Lenton over the Trent. The junction is now the A453/A52.
Before the A453 was routed along Queen's Drive in 1978, Queen's Drive at this stage was the A6019. The A648 at that stage was what we now call the A453.
The Roundabout, as can be seen, was built first.
A1-A614 junction at Checker House, 1983 View southward apporaching the Apleyhead roundabout from bridge over the Sheffield - Retford - Lincoln railway at site of former Checker House station - an extremely busy spot on the Great North Road in the 'middle of nowhere'.