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Roadworks, Kirkliston - Geograph - 861003.jpg
Roadworks, Kirkliston
B800 - Coppermine - 15317.jpg
B800 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2007 by A8000_Bob
B800 - Coppermine - 15315.jpg
The railway bridge and the new motorway bridge, just North of Kirkliston on the B800 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2007 by A8000_Bob
Former A8000 - Coppermine - 15314.jpg
Hardly a car in sight on the former A8000 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2007 by A8000_Bob
The A8000 was never like this before - Coppermine - 15313.jpg
The A8000 was never like this before Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2007 by A8000_Bob
B800 (A8000) The bridge over the A90 - Coppermine - 15312.jpg
B800 (A8000) The bridge over the A90 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2007 by A8000_Bob
Roundabout at Queensferry - Coppermine - 15311.jpg
The roundabout at Queensferry, so quiet now. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2007 by A8000_Bob
Former A8000 - Coppermine - 15310.jpg
A crudely painted sign on the former A8000 near Humbie Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2007 by A8000_Bob
B800 RCS - Coppermine - 15309.jpg
B800 Route Conformation near the former Humbie Roundabout Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2007 by A8000_Bob
A8000 - Coppermine - 9228.jpg
A8000 at Scotstoun r-bout. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 18, 2006 by ms90
A90 Widening - Coppermine - 8800.jpg
A90 Widening

A90 looking East from the A8000 where the carriageway is currently being widened to D3.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 22, 2006 by Glen
A90 Widening - Coppermine - 8799.jpg
A90 Widening

A90 looking North from the A8000 where the carriageway is currently being widened to D3.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 22, 2006 by Glen
Humbie Roundabout.PNG
This was the layout of Humbie Roundabout.

 

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