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Looking west along the A804 underneath the M8, near the A81 junction
The A81 crossing the River Teith on Callander Bridge
Callander Bridge, carrying the A81 across the River Teith.
The start of the A81, looking north
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M8 J16 -J17

The M8 is D4M here as it runs through central Glasgow. The Eastbound carrigeway is the nearer one and the Westbound carrigeway further from the camera and is higher up. This was to make room for an interchange with the M81 which was never built.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 08, 2005 by Ash of the North
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Ballat crossroads
The entire route of the A892 near Callander as shown on the Seventh Series OS Map This page contains scans from a map that is believed may be out of copyright according to UK Crown Copyright, UK Copyright Law for other maps published in the United Kingdom, or Irish Government Copyright, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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Looking across Garscube Bridge on the A81
Garscube Bridge, carrying the A81 across the Kelvin
Approaching Canniesburn Toll on the A81, left leads to the roundabout, right is the A81 mainline out of Glasgow
Canniesburn Toll Roundabout. To the left is the link to the Glasgow-bound A81, to the right the A739 towards Anniesland Cross. The sign for the A806 is now patched to read A739
ADS on the A809 for Canniesburn Toll. The A81 doesn't actually pass through the roundabout, but passes to the east (left) with short link roads connecting it together.
Burnbrae Roundabout, the start of the B8030 on the A81
Looking across the A81 bridge over the Allander Water, to the junction with the A807 immediately beyond
Pretty much the best view of the Allander Bridge on the A81, thanks to dense undergrowth.
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Glasgow Highway Plans circa 1965 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 21, 2006 by scynthius726
Killearn Bridge, crossing the Endrick Water on the A81
Looking across Killearn Bridge, crossing the Endrick Water on the A81
Approaching Blane Smithy Roundabout on the B834 from Killearn
The mini roundabout at Blane Smithy on the B834 at the site of the former A81 junction
The A81 turning off the A84 in Callander, on its long winding journey to Glasgow
A distant view of Kilmahog Junction from the A821, with the A84 in the distance
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The A81 at the beginning of a mile long straight heading out of Callander.
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Looking across the bridge in Callander from the town side.
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Callander or Red Bridge, viewed from the north bank of the Teith.


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