Road junction The junction of Green Arms Road and Blackburn Road
Blackburn Road south of Egerton United Reformed Church
A6 approaching the Irlams Interchange (also the start of the A580, A666, and a TOTSO for A6 traffic).
The start of the A666 in Pendlebury.
Approaching Springfield Interchange on the A666 in Bolton.
Example of the impact of football traffic...
Whalley Road, Langho (C) Alexander P Kapp Looking back towards Langho
'Mr Floppy' type sign, removed in 2001. This junction was built in 1970 in anticipation of the Blackburn Inner Relief Road and M65.
Another historic botched sign, this one also removed. It doesn't show primary status for the A666 towards Bolton, nor did it acknowledge the renumbering of the B6232 to then A6177 (now A6077). The bridge height is also 14'6'.
This was, at the time, the start (or end!) of the non-primary A679.
The former A666 on Church Street in Blackburn a week before its closure in May 2001.
The original direction sign at Cardwell Place in 2001.
A long since removed ADS at Towns Moor in Blackburn, dating to 1970.
The A666 Church Street in Blackburn during the 1970s.
Blackburn Road, Darwen, in the 1970s.
Artists impression of the M65 flyover at Earcroft prior to construction.
A666 looking north towards Darwen. The houses have since been demolished.
A666 Church Street looking east to Salford Bridge shortly after completion of the Market in 1965.