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A905 just south of junction with M876 - Geograph - 988536.jpg
A905 just south of junction with M876
Yellow Lorry - Geograph - 202266.jpg
Yellow Lorry
M876 improvement.jpg
If I owned all the UK roads, this is how the M876 and M9 (J7 and J8) would look. If this did happen, where the M876 joins the M9 at J8 will be M876 J3, and where it joins at M9 J7 will be M876 J3A. The current M876 J3 will be changed to J4.
Bowtrees Roundabout works - Coppermine - 16526.jpg
Bowtrees Roundabout works

A picture taken in the summer of the construction works at Bowtrees roundabout near Kincardine.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 18, 2008 by A8000_Bob
Motorway ahead - Coppermine - 20853.jpg
motorway ahead Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
M876 start - Coppermine - 20852.jpg
M876 start Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
M876 M9 Junction - Coppermine - 20851.jpg
advance sign for M876 M9 Junction Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
M876 M9 junction - Coppermine - 20850.jpg
M876 M9 junction Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
M876 junction - Coppermine - 20844.jpg
M876 junction Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 25, 2008 by Gav
M876 - Geograph - 1734454.jpg
M876
M876crossing.jpg
Pedestrian crossing on M876 slip road.
Checkbar1.jpg
Looking across Dunipace Bridge over the River Carron on the B905 towards the Checkbar Roundabout
Before M876.jpg
Taken from a 1965 road map showing the dual carriageway A876/A80 before the motorway were added.

When the M80 was extended north, the A876 was upgraded to motorway until J2 with the later section completed in the early 80s.

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