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This bend has always been sudden, it used to feel like the M60 (and the M63 before it!) were about to slam into the tower block. The old disused M63 junction is around here somewhere. - Coppermine - 1229.jpg
This bend has always been sudden, it used to feel like the M60 (and the M63 before it!) were about to slam into the tower block. The old disused M63 junction is around here somewhere. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 21, 2005 by Bryn666
M63 - old plate - Coppermine - 1676.jpg
M63 - old plate

This sign hasn't been updated to show the M60 renumbering

Posted by Truve1o on 4/25/2004

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 27, 2005 by M4Simon
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M64 Salford

From Fina 5 miles = 1 inch sheet 3, c.1971 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 22, 2007 by FosseWay This page includes a scan of a non-free copyrighted map, and the copyright for it is most likely held by the company or person that produced the map. It is believed that the use of a limited number of web-resolution scans qualifies as fair use under United Kingdom copyright law, where this web page is hosted, as such display does not significantly impede the right of the copyright holder to sell the copyrighted material, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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M62 - original - Coppermine - 1183.jpg
M62 - original

The motorway that doesnt know its own identity. The M62 in the days before it was changed twice to the M63 and M60.

OP Jonathan

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 21, 2005 by M4Simon

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M63 Extension - Coppermine - 641.jpg
M63 Extension ?

M63 extending further east than Stockport Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 14, 2005 by Jonathan B4027

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Old Manchester 7. M60 & M56 - Coppermine - 233.jpg
Old Manchester 7. M60 & M56

All sorts of (odd looking) proposed routes to do with the M60 (M63) junction including the T.O.T.S.O. on to the Princess Parkway. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 03, 2005 by Mediaman_12

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Manchester 1979

How it was... Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 09, 2005 by M4Simon

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Manchester 1976 - Coppermine - 18.jpg
Manchester 1976

How it was... Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 09, 2005 by M4Simon

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An Anderson era sign pointing to the M63, and previously the M62. This sign has since been removed.
BartonHighLevelBridge CQSpring1959 Stretford-EcclesMotorway.JPG
Construction of the Barton High Level Bridge in Spring 1959 of the Stretford-Eccles Motorway, which became the M63, then the M60. Taken from Concrete Quarterly Spring 1959.
Princess Parkway Interchange early design.png
Original planned layout for Princess Parkway Interchange from the mid-1960s
Northenden Interchange.png
Layout of the unbuilt Northenden Interchange. The B5167 was planned to be upgraded to a dual carriageway and an additional junction would have been provided to connect this to the M63.
M60 M63 Junction.png
Proposals for the M60/M63 junction from the late 1960s
Kingsway Interchange original proposal.png
1965 plan for Kingsway Interchange showing a much simpler layout
Chester Road Interchange 1990 proposal.png
1990 design for upgrading Chester Road Interchange into a three level stacked roundabout as part of proposals to widen the M63
Princess Parkway Interchange rejected option.png
Rejected option for Princess Parkway Interchange as part of proposals to widen the M63 in the 1990s. The junction would have been rebuilt with the addition of north to west links in lieu of the Hardy Lane Extension.
Bredbury Interchange Layout Y.png
1976 proposal for the junction sited to the west of Brinnington
Bredbury Interchange Layout Z.png
1976 proposal for the junction sited to the west of Brinnington
Bredbury Interchange 1976 proposal.png
Planned layout for Bredbury Interchange from 1976 to mid 1980s
Bredbury Interchange 1972 first stage.png
The first stage of Bredbury Interchange as planned in 1972, with work starting in 1974 and due for completion in 1976. It eventually opened in 1989 and to a different design.

 

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