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Balreavie
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Motorway regulations?

Just past the 'end of motorway regs' sign on the sliproad at M90 J9 heading Southbound, in the lane to turn right onto the A912 towards Bridge of Earn. Straight ahead of us there is a sign informing us we are at the start of the M90 and has chopsticks on it. This sign is not in a position that traffic entering either part of the sliproad to join the motorway heading South can see. Either the sign should read 'A912' or it is in the wrong place!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 24, 2006 by paully
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M90 - Craigend Interchange

Traffic from the A912 merges with traffic from Broxden. The layout of theis has also changed as this used to be a lane gain with the two lanes continuing to merge with the mainline - now the two sliproads merge into one lane before the final merge.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 22, 2006 by Glen
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New Inn Roundabout
Where roads to Falkland and Cupar branch off the A92 north of Glenrothes. Seen from the A914 road towards Cupar.
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The M90 at Craigend and Friarton taken from the A912.
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The Bridge of Earn across the River Earn just north of the village of the same name
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The Bridge of Earn across the River Earn just north of the village of the same name
M90 Criagend Interchange - aerial view from south.jpg
Craigend Interchange, junction 10 of the M90
M90 Criagend Interchange - aerial view from east.jpg
Craigend Interchange, junction 10 of the M90
M90 Criagend Interchange - aerial view from south east.jpg
Craigend Interchange, junction 10 of the M90
M90 Criagend Interchange - high aerial view from south east.jpg
Craigend Interchange, junction 10 of the M90

 

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