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Ansty Interchange
M69 - M6 Junction - Geograph - 200081.jpg
M69 - M6 Junction
M69 at Ansty - Geograph - 201510.jpg
M69 at Ansty
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M6 motorway
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Motorway loop
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M69 Slip Road Ansty

North east view of the on slip to the M69 at Ansty Island above Junction 2 of the M6 showing the slip to the M69 and the B4065. A lorry on the M6 south east to M69 north east slip is just visible on the left of the photo.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 01, 2008 by leekman
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Original lane overhead signage

From the M6 onto either M69 or A46, original signage.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 17, 2007 by snowdon
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M69 on a cloudy Day

Taken approaching the M6 junction, if you havent already worked that one out!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 18, 2007 by Jeni
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Dramatic Skies Photo 4

M6 Approaching J2 Southbound - August 3rd 2005. An easy day - Northampton > Tebay > Northampton. Easy if it wasn't for the fantastic thunderstorms. Lane 1 closed 'Pedestrians In Road - Slow' proclaimed the matrix... Hmmm, I see no pedestrians....

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 07, 2005 by PaulRidley_CVT
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Sign on M69
An original fork sign on the M69 approaching the M6 and A46 near Coventry. The sign pre-dates the Coventry Eastern Bypass (A46) as you can see where a 'No Entry' symbol would have been placed over the straight ahead route.
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Optimistic 1975 Esso Motorway Map 3

M6 Coventry to Birmingham The layouts of the M42 & M69 junctions seen to have more sliproads planned than were built.

OP Brenley Corner

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 16, 2005 by M4Simon
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Early designs for M6 J2 from 1969-1970 as part of plans for the M69. Neither were built.


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