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M60's new bit, around J22. - Coppermine - 1438.jpg
M60's new bit, around J22. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by Bryn666
Alma Bridge - Geograph - 1410967.jpg
Alma Bridge
Bridge over the river Tame at the boundary between Dukinfield, Cheshire and Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire.

Alma Bridge was built in 1854 and was a Toll Bar with monies collected until 26th June 1902.

The blue plaque <a href=''>SJ9398 : Crimean War (1854-56)</a> added in 2002 remembers local soldiers who died in the Crimea War.
Ashton under Lyne from the air (C) Thomas Nugent - Geograph - 4028783.jpg
Ashton under Lyne from the air (C) Thomas Nugent
With Ikea sticking out like a sore thumb <a href=''>SJ9399 : Ikea Manchester</a>.

See also <a href=''>SJ9399 : Ashton under Lyne from the air</a>.
Albion Way (C) Gerald England - Geograph - 3707488.jpg
Albion Way (C) Gerald England
The A6043, Albion Way is a relief road opened in 2012 to bypass Wellington Road and Penny Meadow. On the left is the car park and drop off point for Ashton Station.
A635, Manchester Road - Ashton-under-Lyne - Geograph - 3199758.jpg
A635, Manchester Road - Ashton-under-Lyne Heading east towards J23/M60.


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