Gallery:Ayr

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Station Hotel, Ayr - Geograph - 557059.jpg
Station Hotel, Ayr
A79 - Coppermine - 21560.jpg
A79

Heading into Ayr on Maybole Road.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 03, 2009 by bobklaker
A79 - Coppermine - 21557.jpg
A79

Entering Ayr on Maybole Road just off A77.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 03, 2009 by bobklaker
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A79

The southern end of the A79 where it leaves Ayr and meets the A77.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 03, 2009 by bobklaker
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Western end of A70

This is where the A70 ends and meets the A719 in Ayr.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 29, 2009 by bobklaker
Ayr new bridge - Geograph - 43207.jpg
Ayr new bridge
built 1878-9 replacing one damaged in floods in 1877
After The Flood - Geograph - 1008192.jpg
After The Flood
Debris by the River Ayr at the Mill Brae car park after the previous week's flood. Victoria Bridge, in this square, is in the background.
Overmills Bridge - Geograph - 1247067.jpg
Overmills Bridge
Carrying the A77 over the River Ayr.
A77 South (Holmston Roundabout, Ayr) - Geograph - 344551.jpg
A77 South (Holmston Roundabout, Ayr)
Belmont level crossing.jpg
Level crossing on Belmont Road in Ayr.
Emergency Phone On the By-Pass - Geograph - 588245.jpg
Emergency Phone On the By-Pass
Ayr 1929 - Coppermine - 21472.jpg
Ayr 1929

Shows the original route of A77, most of which is now the A79, going through Monkton(junction with A78), Prestwick and Ayr.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 21, 2009 by bobklaker
B747 Craigie Road, Ayr (C) wfmillar - Geograph - 2784753.jpg
B747 Craigie Road, Ayr (C) wfmillar
Horse transporters parked up on football ground. This road passes the western end of the racecourse.
Harbour Street, Ayr (C) Mary and Angus Hogg - Geograph - 1195226.jpg
Harbour Street, Ayr (C) Mary and Angus Hogg
Looking towards the sea on a bright March day. The flats on the right are built on the old fish market site. The tower on the left is Miller's Folly, an addition to the old Cromwellian citadel walls. For more information, see <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1195215'>NS3322 : Miller's Folly At Ayr Harbour</a>.
A77 Ayr bypass construction.jpg
Taken from a 1965 road atlas, showing the Ayr bypass under construction with the northern section already completed.
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A roadsign in Ayr

 

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