Gallery:Bolton

From Roader's Digest: The SABRE Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search


 
This gallery has no child categories
Bolton
 
 
020.JPG
A666
Signs at M61 Junction 3 - Coppermine - 6751.jpg
Signs at M61 Junction 3 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 10, 2006 by ian001
M61-A580 Junction - Coppermine - 6750.jpg
M61-A580 Junction Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 10, 2006 by ian001
The excitingly dull M61 is about to get interesting... - Coppermine - 1224.jpg
The excitingly dull M61 is about to get interesting... Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 21, 2005 by Bryn666
Merging with the A666(M) - notice the sign shows one lane merging, yet the road has two... - Coppermine - 1220.jpg
Merging with the A666(M) - notice the sign shows one lane merging, yet the road has two... Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 21, 2005 by Bryn666
Unusual fork sign. - Coppermine - 1219.jpg
Unusual fork sign. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 21, 2005 by Bryn666
M61 (A666(M)) has tunnels here - this is due to skew of the slips to the A580 (actually the M61 mainline!) passing overhead. - Coppermine - 1218.jpg
M61 (A666(M)) has tunnels here - this is due to skew of the slips to the A580 (actually the M61 mainline!) passing overhead. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 21, 2005 by Bryn666
Traffic Sign - Lancashire - Geograph - 1729494.jpg
Traffic Sign - Lancashire
A58 Crompton Way - Coppermine - 1449.JPG
A58 Crompton Way

A58 Crompton Way, Bolton. Still S4.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by Bryn666
A58 Beaumont Road, Bolton - Coppermine - 1448.JPG
A58 Beaumont Road, Bolton

This - Beaumont Road in Bolton (A58) - was originally S4, and each junction was uncontrolled. Now it's D2, with lane drops at junctions, and signals for every junction.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by Bryn666
A58 Moss Bank Way - Coppermine - 1447.JPG
A58 Moss Bank Way

A58 Moss Bank Way, Bolton. It's D2 here, but the next bit isn't as lucky.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by Bryn666
A58 Moss Bank Way - Coppermine - 1446.JPG
A58 Moss Bank Way

A58 Moss Bank Way, Bolton. A 40mph D1.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 24, 2005 by Bryn666
A666 Springfield Interchange.JPG
Approaching Springfield Interchange on the A666 in Bolton.
Chorley New Road (A673), Bolton - Geograph - 2085443.jpg
Chorley New Road (A673), Bolton
Chorley Old Road (B6226) Bottom O'th Moor - Geograph - 2043825.jpg
Chorley Old Road (B6226) Bottom O'th Moor
Orlando Road Bridge (C) David Dixon - Geograph - 1708789.jpg
Orlando Road Bridge (C) David Dixon
The bridge carrying Orlando Road over the railway
Bolton - Bridgeman Place (C) Peter Whatley - Geograph - 2864321.jpg
Bolton - Bridgeman Place (C) Peter Whatley
Great Moor Street Bolton (C) Raymond Knapman - Geograph - 3055402.jpg
Great Moor Street Bolton (C) Raymond Knapman
A6054 Bolton 1937 Worktown Project.jpg
Junction of A6054 in Bolton, complete with roadsign. Corner of of Deansgate (foreground) and Marsden Road (right). Helpfully dated to Sept 1937 in the photo archive of Bolton Museum's 'Worktown, Mass Observation of everyday life' project – http://boltonworktown.co.uk/photograph/street-scene-5.
Bolton Arch, Newport Street - Geograph - 2800790.jpg
Bolton Arch, Newport Street The outline of the town hall is just visible through the mist and gloom, looking through the arch on Newport Street.

The steel parabolic arch, which acts as a gateway to the town centre for those arriving at the nearby Trinity Street Railway Station, is actually the support for the railway bridge. The old bridge was closed in 2001 as it was judged to be too weak to carrying the amount of traffic using it. The new bridge opened in 2005.

http://happypontist.blogspot.com/2010/04/manchester-bridges-14-newport-street.html - The Happy Pontilist's Blog
44-80 St George's Road - Geograph - 3084155.jpg
44-80 St George's Road A fine row of terraced houses from around 1820, now converted to offices. Listed Grade II.
Bolton Town Centre 1960s plan.png
1960s proposals for the central area of Bolton

 

SABRE - The Society for All British and Irish Road Enthusiasts
Home - Discuss - Digest - Discover - Help