Gallery:Huntingdon

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A1198 - OS Atlas 1991 - Coppermine - 175.jpg
A14/A604/A1198 - OS Atlas 1991

The A604 has now taken over as a result of the A14 south of Godmanchester taking the A1198 number. In between Huntingdon and Alconbury, the 'A604' tag should read 'A604(T)' - you can't really make it out, but the old 'A14(T)' has been 'whited out' on the map with the 'A604' overlaid. The old A604 west of Brampton is still single, but the 'new A14' dualling would have been in progress at this time - you can make out where one bit of bypass was being built at Molesworth - 'Due open Early 1992'

Bobsykes

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 30, 2005 by M4Simon

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A604 - Collins 1982 - Coppermine - 162.jpg
A14/A604 - Collins 1982

Dual carriageway running from the A1 to M11, numbered A14 from the A1 to Godmanchester, A604 from Godmanchester to Cambridge. A14 south of Godmanchester is non-primary by this stage.

Bobsykes

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 30, 2005 by M4Simon

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The River Great Ouse and the A14 road bridge - Geograph - 1020675.jpg
The River Great Ouse and the A14 road bridge
Brookside, Huntingdon (B1514) (C) JThomas - Geograph - 3086985.jpg
Brookside, Huntingdon (B1514) (C) JThomas
20180602-1632 - A14 viaduct, Huntingdon - heading East 52.3294377N 0.1943659W.jpg
A14 viaduct heading east towards Huntingdon
20180602-1629 - A14 viaduct, Huntingdon - heading west 52.3300084N 0.1903981W - cropped.jpg
A14 Viaduct, Huntingdon
20200705-1110 - Huntingdon Viaduct being removed (looking north from the west side of the viaduct) 52.329241N 0.191221W.jpg
Huntingdon Viaduct being removed (looking north from the west side of the viaduct)
20200705-1112 - Huntingdon Viaduct being removed 4 (southern end of the viaduct with embankment removed) 52.329241N 0.191221W.jpg
Huntingdon Viaduct being removed (southern end of the viaduct with embankment removed)
20200705-1112 - Huntingdon Viaduct being removed (looking toward the station) 52.329241N 0.191221W.jpg
Huntingdon Viaduct being removed (looking toward the station)
20200705-1112 - Huntingdon Viaduct being removed (site of southern approach embankment) 52.329241N 0.191221W.jpg
Huntingdon Viaduct being removed (site of southern approach embankment)
20200705-1112 - Huntingdon Viaduct being removed (looking north from the east side of the viaduct) 52.329241N 0.191221W.jpg
Huntingdon Viaduct being removed (looking north from the east side of the viaduct)

 

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