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Kincardine Bridge
 
 

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A876 Upper Forth Crossing - Sign pointing to the new S2+1 link road for the Upper Forth Crossing, on the new A876/A977 roundabout after Kincardine
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Proposed Roundabout for the Upper Forth Crossing - This is the proposed new roundabout for the A876. The A876 will use the new Upper Forth Crossing while the A985 uses the exising Kidcardine Bridge. This is the sign from my A876 Account
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The new Junction on the A985

Here is the sign seen at the new A985 Junction at Kincardine. You notice that the A876 is renumbered A8765. This puts this sign a few years in the future.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 09, 2005 by ABeaton
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Kincardine Bridge
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Higgins Neuk roundabout Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
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The Kincardine Bridge from the Clackmannashire Bridge
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The central swing section of the Kincardine Bridge from the Clackmannashire Bridge
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Date plaque on Kincardine Bridge
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Looking across the Kincardine Bridge
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Looking back from the Kincardine Bridge to Higgins Neuk
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The entrance to the central swing section of the Kincardine Bridge
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The cabin for controlling the swing section on the Kincardine Bridge
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The pontoon to support the central swing section of the Kincardine Bridge when it is open
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The drop down barrier to restrain traffic on the Kincardine Bridge when it is open
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The Kincardine Bridge approaching Fife.
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Merge in turn The Fife approaches to the Kincardine Bridge, much quieter now the new bridge is open. The road from the left is the new Kincardine by-pass which takes Fife bound traffic to the east of Kincardine on Forth. Traffic heading to Clackmannanshire will probably be using the new bridge. Kincardine is very much quieter now than a few years earlier when all traffic using the crossing passed through the centre.

 

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