|Location Map ( geo)|
Skeoch Roundabout lies to the north of Bannockburn on the eastern edge of Stirling. It was built in the 1980s as part of the Stirling Eastern Bypass, a route which became part of the re-routed A91. To the south, the new road hugs the edge of the urban area, and Skeoch roundabout helps the A91 turn a right angle to cross the railway line to the north before crossing open fields to the edge of the industrial estate. The roundabout is essentially a simple three arm junction, the A91 turning from east to north and the unclassified Pike Road heading north west into Bannockburn. There is also a gated entrance to a sewage plant leading off to the south.
The A91 is still signed as primary through the junction, although it is not clear if this is still the case.
|Stirling (A905), Alloa, (A907), St Andrews, Wallace Monument|
|Bannockburn, (M9,M80), Motorways|