Pitlochry South Junction
|Junctions related to the A924|
|Bridge of Cally • Pitlochry North Junction|
Pitlochry South Junction lies at the south end of the Pitlochry Bypass. The Bypass passes Pitlochry to the south west, crossing the River Tummel twice in the process, and this junction sits immediately to the south of the southern bridge, at the northern end of a dual carriageway section from Ballinluig Junction. The original A9, was renumbered as an extended A924 to pass through the town, and also still follows its original course over the hills to the A93 at Bridge of Cally.
The junction is a simple Grade Separated fork with south facing links only. The offslip curves under the A9, and runs close alongside the bank of the River Tummel, the bypass bridge over the sliproad and river being the same structure. The A9 dualling plans show that this junction will be enlarged to accommodate the new dual carriageway, but the general layout and position will remain the same.
|Pitlochry, Braemar (A93)||Former A9|