The M74 motorway, the A702 and the River Clyde near
Old A74 Bridge, B7076 south of Crawford
It's amazing to think that four lanes squeezed over this bridge. There couldn't have been much of a central reservation. Last time I passed over it trucks had taken to parking on the verges, but they've put cones out as you can see to prevent this.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 16, 2008 by leopard680
Soft verges for 2 miles warning on the B7076 at Elvanfoot.
A74 in the Moffat/Abington area (northern section), 1956
OS 1' 7th series, edition A (1956)
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 14, 2008 by FosseWay
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Approaching the Crawford off slip for J14 from the A74(M) southbound. The rest of the junction is further south at Elvanfoot.
Junction 14, A74(M) Looking over the junction of the A74(M) to the heavily forested Wellshot Hill.
The A702 near Boghead
Roundabout west of Crawford The junction is at the intersection of the A702, a slip-road from the M74 and a local road into Crawford.