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A80 Upgrade Cumbernauld - Coppermine - 23610.jpg
A80 Upgrade, Cumbernauld

29th Nov 2009

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Dec 01, 2009 by leopard680
A73 North of Carluke - Geograph - 1712155.jpg
A73 North of Carluke
A73, approaching Bogside - Geograph - 1712274.jpg
A73, approaching Bogside
A8 from Holytown to Broxburn - section 1 - Coppermine - 16896.JPG
A8 from Holytown to Broxburn - section 1

From OS 1-inch Popular Edition (military version) sheet 73, published 1933, print code WO 16000/39.C (1939). Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 11, 2008 by FosseWay

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Monkland Bridge over the North Calder Water on the A73 near Airdrie
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Monkland Bridge over the North Calder Water on the A73 near Airdrie
A73 (C) Richard Webb - Geograph - 2986625.jpg
A73 (C) Richard Webb
Today's road closure (there is nearly always one) was just north of here, so there was hardly any traffic north of Roberton. Normally this is a busy road, so it was a pleasant run alongside the Clyde.
Land either side of the road is for grazing with cows and calves almost everywhere. There were also a lot of oystercatchers, the upper Clyde is one of their strongholds.
Edinburgh Road, Abington - Geograph - 4113545.jpg
Edinburgh Road, Abington This is where the Edinburgh and Glasgow traffic once split in Abington.
Upper Clyde Valley - Geograph - 1135148.jpg
Upper Clyde Valley View along the Upper Clyde Valley from the Abington Service Area.

The roundabout in the middle distance is where the roads to Lanark and Biggar diverge. In the not too distant past there was no roundabout, just a fork in the road.

The prominent hill in the distance is Tinto with its very large cairn at the summit just discernable.
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Cumbernauld Missing Junction
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Cumbernauld Missing Junction 'Fix'
M8 Junction 6 at Newhouse - Geograph - 6409698.jpg
Looking north to the M73 from the M8 east bound.

 

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