Gallery:Charing Cross (Glasgow)

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Charing Cross (Glasgow)
 
 
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A82 - the beginning

At the M8 junction

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 21, 2005 by Tom
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A82 - route confirmation sign

Near the M8 in Glasgow

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 21, 2005 by Tom
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A82 - sign in Glasgow

Taken near the M8

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 21, 2005 by Tom
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Looking south from the A82 overbridge at the offside slip (left) at the M8 Charing Cross Junction
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Looking south from the pedestrian walkway at the M8 Charing Cross Junction, showing the tunnel
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The A804 at Charing Cross, on top of the M8 Motorway!
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Looking North along the M8 from J18 at Charing Cross
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Looking South along the M8 from J18 at Charing Cross, with the St Vincent Street overbridge.
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M8 in Glasgow

Looking Eastbound on the M8 at Charing Cross junction

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 16, 2007 by Glen
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M8 Charing Cross Eastbound Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 11, 2006 by Glen
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M8 J17 Eastbound

Note the offside merge

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 11, 2006 by Glen
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The Glasgow section of the M8 from 1971. Note the Kingston bridge southern terminus, the construction of the Charing Cross section and the A82 extension and the unusual looking J15 which is where M8 became the A8 again on the way to Edinburgh.

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