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The A719 passing through Moscow - Geograph - 1149231.jpg
The A719 passing through Moscow
A719 - Coppermine - 13875.jpg
A719

The A719 above Dunure looking towards Ayr

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 14, 2007 by Kenny1975
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Approaching Galston Rd End, northbound

Approaching the section which widened to become D2 for the junction

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 12, 2007 by leopard680
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Galston Rd End northbound

This was a former D2 section, with the cycle lane now occupying the old northbound. It's curious that there's two sets of right-turn signs. At first I thought the left hand ones were the old ones, but they look new-ish, so perhaps they're for the cyclists. Stagecoach service 4 (Glasgow-Ayr) still uses the old road between Glasgow and Kilmarnock

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 12, 2007 by leopard680
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Western end of A70

This is where the A70 ends and meets the A719 in Ayr.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 29, 2009 by bobklaker
Wrong road number - Coppermine - 9670.jpg
Wrong road number

Should be the A719.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 07, 2007 by bobklaker
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Low Rd, Ayr

I found this pre-Worboys sign in Low Rd, Ayr last week (Jan 2008) Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 04, 2008 by leopard680

This appears now to have gone - c2R 09.11.2015
Ayr new bridge - Geograph - 43207.jpg
Ayr new bridge
built 1878-9 replacing one damaged in floods in 1877
A719 (C) Richard Webb - Geograph - 3708109.jpg
A719 (C) Richard Webb
Ayr to Galston road running through dairy farming country. Not many cows visible though.
'The Muckle Brig' - Galston Bridge - Geograph - 6163627.jpg
'The Muckle Brig' - Galston Bridge 'The Muckle Brig' was built in 1839 and opened with great ceremony and commotion, when Captain Patrick, factor at Loudoun, interrupted a fiery radical speech by Hugh Brown, master at Barr School and author of the poem 'The Covenanters.' In 1921 all three Valley towns and neighbouring farmland were victims to the River Irvine in spate. The Muckle Brig sustained serious damage to its central and southern arches; it was rebuilt the same year.
A719, Bridge crossing Cessnock Water - Geograph - 2005421.jpg
A719, Bridge crossing Cessnock Water
Roundabout at King Street, Ayr - Geograph - 5193360.jpg
Roundabout at King Street, Ayr
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The A77 heading north towards the Galston Road End junction with the A719
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The A77 at the Galston Road End junction with the A719
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The A77 at the Galston Road End junction with the A719, showing the former lane markings on the old northbound carriageway, now used for parking and the cycle route.
A719 Electric Brae.jpg
Uphill or downhill? Croy Brae or the Electric Brae.
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Galston Roundabout on the A71 and A719 as seen from the nearby footbridge over the A71 which provides access to the towns High School.
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Galston Bridge across the River Irvine
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Galston Bridge across the River Irvine
 

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