What a Northern bypass of Rosyth might have looked like had the A823(M) continued West.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 19, 2006 by Glen
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A906 near Rosyth
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Level crossing at Rosyth docks
Disused Forest City Stretford road/rail signals at a level crossing at Rosyth Docks.
Multi-lingual sign with route information on Castle Road for traffic leaving the docks in Rosyth.
The Road to Dunfermline (C) Paul McIlroy This is the exit for Dunfermline (A823) off the Pitreavie Roundabout. The building in the background is the headquarters of The Dunfermline Building Society. A front view can be seen in square NT1185
The road is closed (C) Liz 'n' Jim No entry to what appears to be an empty unit on a Rosyth Business park.
Hilton Road (C) Richard Webb View towards Rosyth and HMS Caledonia.
Kings Road (A985) at Rosyth (C) M J Richardson Looking south from the bus stop on Queensferry Road at Rosyth Station.
New road (C) Paul McIlroy This is one of the new access roads to Rosyth Ferry Terminal and the various industrial premises where the dockyard used to be. This now gives a direct link to and from the M90 motorway and diverts heavy traffic away from the rest of Rosyth.
Roundabout, Milne Road (C) Richard Webb New roads serving the Port of Rosyth. A sunlit Forth Road Bridge in the background.