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Beechtrees and Breakspears Interchanges
 
 
J7&8 - Coppermine - 21163.jpg
J7&8 -
M10 to M1 to A414! - Coppermine - 6035.jpg
M10 to M1 to A414! - Coming from the M10, and straight to the A414. This is why they're building a road straight from the A414 to... the A414. Right now, this car and the white lorry is undertaking the blue one.
M10. - Coppermine - 6039.jpg
M10.

Is that all the sign has to say? Does the road go nowhere? Is there nothing of interest?

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 27, 2006 by BigToe
Bridge 20 - Beechtree flyover junction carrying northbound carriageway from Park Street over Watford leg.jpg
St. Alband bypass - Bridge 20 - Beechtree flyover junction carrying northbound carriageway from Park Street over Watford leg
Bridge 18 - Breakspears Junction Overbridge from east carriageway. Heap of 'cat's eyes' in foreground.jpg
St. Albans bypass - Bridge 18 - Breakspears Junction Overbridge from east carriageway. Heap of 'cat's eyes' in foreground
StAlbansBypass 3.JPG
Part of the St Alban's bypass in Spring 1959, what was then the M10, looking west towards the M1 junction in the distance. This is now the A414, at a place called St Michael, about 1 mile east of the M1, with Windridge Farm clearly visible on the right. The wood the M10 passes through is called Birch Wood. In the distance you can see the A4147 passing under the M10 and over the M1.
M1 at J7 - Geograph - 4734462.jpg
M1 at J7

 

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