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Kinnaird House Interchange

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Kinnaird (House) Interchange
Location Map ( geo)
M9 Junction 7 - Geograph - 199230.jpg
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Location
nr Letham
County
Stirlingshire
Highway Authority
Transport Scotland
Junction Type
Trumpet
Roads Joined
M9, M876
Junctions related to the M876

Kinnaird Interchange, sometimes called Kinnaird House Interchange to distinguish it from Hill of Kinnaird Interchange, is junction 7 of the M9.

It marks the east end of the D3M section that is multiplexed with the M876. The present junction was opened in 1980. Previously the number was used for a temporary at-grade roundabout just to the south-east, which marked the north end of the oldest section of M9.

Routes

Route To Notes

M9

Stirling, Glasgow (M876) multiplexes with M876

M9

Grangemouth, Falkirk, Edinburgh

M876

Stirling (M9 North), Glasgow multiplexes with M9

M876

Kincardine Bridge (A876)




Kinnaird House Interchange
Related Pictures
View gallery (4)
M9 Junction 7 - Geograph - 199230.jpgM876 M9 junction - Coppermine - 20850.jpgM876 M9 Junction - Coppermine - 20851.jpgM876 junction - Coppermine - 20844.jpg
Junctions on the M9
M8 (2) Claylands • 1 Newbridge • 1A KirklistonHumbie RdbtScotstoun • 2 Philpstoun • 3 Burghmuir  • 4 Lathallan • 5 Cadgers Brae • 6 Earls Gate • 7 Kinnaird House  • 8 (Hill of) Kinnaird • 9 Bannockburn • 10 Craigforth • 11 Keir


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