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The A683 from the Lancaster Canal aqueduct - Geograph - 1334390.jpg
The A683 from the Lancaster Canal aqueduct
A683 Wrayton - Geograph - 1476240.jpg
A683 Wrayton
Snow Closure sign by the junction of the A685 and A683 - Geograph - 902592.jpg
Snow Closure sign by the junction of the A685 and A683
Dodgy direction sign at a dodgy motorway junction! - Coppermine - 19433.jpg
Dodgy direction sign at a dodgy motorway junction! Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 08, 2008 by Bryn666
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The Stone bridge on the A683 across the River Welling in Hornby
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The bridge across the River Welling on the A683 in Hornby
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Milestone on A683 in Hornby
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Milestone near Killington
The milestone beside the A683 probably dates from the early 19th century. Set on Sedbergh to Greta Bridge turnpike road, 1762. (S = Sedbergh; KL = Kirkby Lonsdale).
A683 junction, at the Greyhound Bridge complex in Lancaster. - Coppermine - 1444.JPG
A6/A683 junction, at the Greyhound Bridge complex in Lancaster. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by Bryn666
A683 junction, Lancaster, at the Greyhound Bridge complex. - Coppermine - 1443.JPG
A6/A683 junction, Lancaster, at the Greyhound Bridge complex. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by Bryn666
Greyhound Bridge, Lancaster - Geograph - 652095.jpg
Greyhound Bridge, Lancaster
This is now a road bridge, opened in 1972, but was built in 1911 as a railway bridge. It is curved in plan, and is supported by round iron piers. The first (wooden) railway bridge was completed in 1848, and replaced by a steel bridge in 1864. In turn, this was replaced by the existing bridge. (See http://www.lancashire.gov.uk/environment/historichighways/allpurpose/greyhoundbridge.pdf)
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A683 Heysham-Lancaster Bypass, 60mph limit as of 2012.
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A683 Heysham-Lancaster Bypass, side road always National Speed Limit, no change. Odd signing though.
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Non-ugly Vectras

The Vectras here, on the A683, seem to work far better than many examples cited. The brackets are of a decent size, and the curved nature resembles more 'continental' installations. Also thankfully these models are flat-glass so don't even look ugly.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 05, 2007 by Bryn666
The A683 (C) Kate Jewell - Geograph - 1206772.jpg
The A683 (C) Kate Jewell
Looking towards Morecambe and the White Lund Trading Estate. This is the main road from Lancaster and Morecambe to Heysham Nuclear Power Stations and the port for the ferries to the Isle of Man and Dublin.
Cattle Grid A683 (C) David Brown - Geograph - 1028183.jpg
Cattle Grid A683 (C) David Brown
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Start of the bridge over the River Lune for the Heysham to M6 Link
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Lune West Bridge under construction as part of the Heysham to M6 Link in Lancashire
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New sign gantry at M6 J34
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General view of the new Bay Gateway, east of the Morecambe Road junction.
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Bay Gateway east of the Beaumont Interchange.
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Approaching the Lune Valley Interchange from the west.
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Northbound off-slip at Lune Valley Interchange
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The very wide approach to the Lune West Bridge at the Lune Valley Interchange.
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Heysham to M6 link road junction The Heysham to M6 link road opened on 31 October 2016. This new junction on Slyne Road (A6) gives access to the new road at Beaumont Roundabout.

 

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