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A985 New Junction - Coppermine - 481.jpg
The new Junction on the A985

Here is the sign seen at the new A985 Junction at Kincardine. You notice that the A876 is renumbered A8765. This puts this sign a few years in the future.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 09, 2005 by ABeaton

== Summary ==

Kincardine Bridge.jpg
Clackmannanshire Bridge Works - Geograph - 1274043.jpg
Clackmannanshire Bridge Works
A876 Upper Forth Crossing - Coppermine - 19930.jpg
A876 Upper Forth Crossing - Sign pointing to the new S2+1 link road for the Upper Forth Crossing, on the new A876/A977 roundabout after Kincardine
Kincardine Bridge - Geograph - 1694302.jpg
Kincardine Bridge
Bowtrees Roundabout works - Coppermine - 16526.jpg
Bowtrees Roundabout works

A picture taken in the summer of the construction works at Bowtrees roundabout near Kincardine.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 18, 2008 by A8000_Bob
A876 lane swap - Coppermine - 20849.jpg
lane swap Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
A876 bridge linkroad - Coppermine - 20848.jpg
bridge linkroad north of bridge Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
A876 bridge linkroad - Coppermine - 20847.jpg
bridge linkroad north of bridge Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
A876 Clackmannanshire Bridge - Coppermine - 20846.jpg
new bridge south bound Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
A876 junctions southbound - Coppermine - 20845.jpg
A876 junctions southbound

Why no mention of M876?

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
A876 - Coppermine - 20843.jpg
A876 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
Higgins Neuk roundabout - Coppermine - 20842.jpg
Higgins Neuk roundabout Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
Clackmannanshire bridge - Coppermine - 20841.jpg
Clackmannanshire bridge approach north bound Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
Clackmannanshire Bridge - Coppermine - 20840.jpg
Clackmannanshire Bridge north bound Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
Clackmannanshire Bridge - Northern End - Geograph - 1717247.jpg
Clackmannanshire Bridge - Northern End
Clackmannanshire Bridge Signage - Geograph - 1717106.jpg
Clackmannanshire Bridge Signage
Clackmannanshire Bridge - Geograph - 1717058.jpg
Clackmannanshire Bridge
A876 South Approach Road - Geograph - 1726470.jpg
A876 South Approach Road
A876 South Approach Road - Geograph - 1726468.jpg
A876 South Approach Road
New A876 - Geograph - 1769254.jpg
New A876
View along the approach road to the Clackmannanshire Bridge. Despite the name, the road shown here, and the northern side of the bridge are in Fife / Fife Council area.
A876 new road - now open - Geograph - 1763953.jpg
A876 new road - now open
View from an over bridge of the new road serving the Clackmannanshire Bridge.
Scottish motorways and other things - Coppermine - 6936.PNG
scottish motorways and other things

hints bypass, Newport southern bypass motorway, M8, M74, M80, Upper Forth Crossing and M9 spur extension out of the 2007 AtoZ GB Atlas Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 26, 2006 by sabristo simon

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Clacks-br10.jpg
New accommodation bridge carrying minor road across approach road to Clackmannanshire Bridge
Clacks-br9.jpg
The A876 new approach road to the Clackmannanshire Bridge
Clacks-br1.jpg
Looking out across the Clackmannanshire Bridge, showing the changeover in the S2+1 sections.
Kincardine-br2.jpg
The central swing section of the Kincardine Bridge from the Clackmannashire Bridge
Clacks-br8.jpg
Coming off the A876 Clackmannanshire Bridge towards the Higgins Neuk roundabout
Clacks-br7.jpg
Expansion joint at the Grangemouth end of the Clackmannanshire Bridge
Clacks-br3.jpg
The underside of the Clackmannanshire Bridge from the cycle path
Kincardine-br3.jpg
Date plaque on Kincardine Bridge
Kincardine-br4.jpg
Looking across the Kincardine Bridge
Clacks-br2.jpg
The A876 Clackmannanshire Bridge from the Kincardine Bridge
Kincardine-br5.jpg
Looking back from the Kincardine Bridge to Higgins Neuk
Kincardine-br6.jpg
The entrance to the central swing section of the Kincardine Bridge
Kincardine-br7.jpg
The cabin for controlling the swing section on the Kincardine Bridge
Kincardine-br8.jpg
The pontoon to support the central swing section of the Kincardine Bridge when it is open
Kincardine-br9.jpg
The drop down barrier to restrain traffic on the Kincardine Bridge when it is open
A985-kincardine1.jpg
Junction at the Fife end of the Kincardine Bridge, where the A876 used to head through the town, and the A985 started heading off to the right. Since the opening of the Clackmannanshire Bridge, the A985 extends across the Kincardine Bridge, and the former A876 through Kincardine is unclassified
Before M876.jpg
Taken from a 1965 road map showing the dual carriageway A876/A80 before the motorway were added.

When the M80 was extended north, the A876 was upgraded to motorway until J2 with the later section completed in the early 80s.

This page includes a scan of a non-free copyrighted map, and the copyright for it is most likely held by the company or person that produced the map. It is believed that the use of a limited number of web-resolution scans qualifies as fair use under United Kingdom copyright law, where this web page is hosted, as such display does not significantly impede the right of the copyright holder to sell the copyrighted material, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
If the copyright holder considers this is an infringement of their rights, please contact the Site Management Team to discuss further steps

Proposed Roundabout for the Upper Forth Crossing - Coppermine - 480.jpg
Proposed Roundabout for the Upper Forth Crossing - This is the proposed new roundabout for the A876. The A876 will use the new Upper Forth Crossing while the A985 uses the exising Kidcardine Bridge. This is the sign from my A876 Account
Merge in turn - Geograph - 1495261.jpg
Merge in turn The Fife approaches to the Kincardine Bridge, much quieter now the new bridge is open. The road from the left is the new Kincardine by-pass which takes Fife bound traffic to the east of Kincardine on Forth. Traffic heading to Clackmannanshire will probably be using the new bridge. Kincardine is very much quieter now than a few years earlier when all traffic using the crossing passed through the centre.

 

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