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|Junctions related to the M650|
Kildwick Interchange was a planned junction on the M650 in the early 1970s. It would have marked the northern end of the M650 at which point the continuation to Skipton would have been all purpose. It was felt that economics and traffic levels didn't warrant a motorway north of here.
The junction would have been on the line of the present A629 and a spur would have ran south to the B6265 near the junction of Clayton Hall Road. Provision was made for a further extension to become a southern bypass for Glusburn and Cross Hills. The original proposal for the main junction was a trumpet but this was changed to a roundabout interchange by 1973.