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M25 J5 Chevening A21-M26 Diverge & M25-6 Merge - Coppermine - 18222.jpg
M25 J5 Chevening A21-M26 Diverge & M25-6 Merge

Wide angle view showing A21/M26 Diverge at Chevening and M25 S to W spur merging with the westbound M26.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 02, 2008 by Yorkletts
M25 J5 Eastbound A21-M26 Diverge - Coppermine - 18221.jpg
M25 J5 Eastbound A21-M26 Diverge

Zoom view of the eastbound A21 (South) and M26 split at Chevening. The left turn is very tight and rotates approx 270 degrees before joining the mainline A21 heading south towards the A25 exit for Sevenoaks and Hastings. The TOTSO M25 S to W slip can be also be seen curving around from the left and crossing the eastbound M26 to where it merges with the westbound M26 in the foreground.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 02, 2008 by Yorkletts
Chevening on a busy morning - Coppermine - 17532.jpg
Chevening on a busy morning

Looking west where traffic from the A21, M25 and M26 all merge into 3 lanes.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 01, 2008 by Truvelo
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Chevening

Busy scene at Chevening taken at 8am on a weekday. The A21 which is in the foreground is quiet. The SOX lighting was replaced soon afterwards and this junction is now SON lit.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 27, 2006 by Truvelo
M26 - 3 - Chevening - Coppermine - 1065.jpg
M26 - 3 - Chevening

The merge with the M25. The sign at the right of the photo belongs to the slip round from the clockwise M25

Originally uploaded by Tom
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M26 - 2 - Chevening

The approach to the merge with the M25 at J5, Chevening. The carriageways split behind the second white car in lane 2, and the westbound c'way merges with the M25 at the top of the short incline.

Originally uploaded by Tom
M26 - 1 - J2A - Coppermine - 1063.jpg
M26 - 1 - J2A

Just after the M20/M26 split. The M20 is to the right of the photo -- we are on the M26. The first sign (to the left of the red lorry) says: 'Next exit Godstone 18 miles'. The next, larger sign is the standard fork sign for M26 J2a.

Originally uploaded by Tom
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Chevening Interchange as it is now.
Proposed remodelling of Chevening - Coppermine - 20186.jpg
Idea for improving Chevening

M25 now straightened with no TOTSO. A21 to M26 slips added so Sevenoaks traffic can finally use the motorway to get to Maidstone.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 04, 2008 by Truvelo
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M25

Robemptystage Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 30, 2005 by M4Simon

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Two layouts for a possible junction at Otford Road as proposed in 1976.
Otford Interchange Rye Lane.png
Plan of an alternative site for Otford Interchange. This would have served a realigned Rye Lane running to the east of its current course.
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Chevening Interchange with missing links as proposed in the late 1970s as an alternative to the limited access junction that was eventually built
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Taken from a 1981 road map, showing London and the surrounding roads including the M25 under construction in the NE and SW corners.

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A225 bridge over M26 - Geograph - 635108.jpg
A225 bridge over M26 This is where a junction off the M26 onto the A225 in this direction has been campaigned for for years (and the bridge seems to have been designed with this in mind), but nothing has yet materialised.

 

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