The stretch between Stockport and the M67 can be seen numbered as the M66. It also has an unbuilt spur. Also note the A6144(M) under construction.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 06, 2005 by DavidBrown
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River Tame (C) David Dixon The M67 motorway crossing the River Tame at the boundary between Denton and Hyde.
Motorway Bridge M67 (C) Stephen Burton The M67 crosses the river Tame at this point. At the bottom of the photograph you can see the steel piles that have been driven into the river bank to prevent erosion, above are the reinforced concrete pillars that carry the huge steel universal beams that support the carriageway.
Future road network for Manchester as planned in the late 1960s
Freeflow design for the junction of M67 and Manchester Inner Ring Road as originally planned in the mid-1960s. The junction was later changed to a three level stacked roundabout before the entire project was scrapped in the 1970s.