|Location Map ( geo)|
|M40, A40, A329|
|Junctions related to the A329|
|Coppid Beech Roundabout • Doncastle Roundabout • Eastern Road Roundabout • Jennett's Park Roundabout • Loddon Bridge Interchange • Met Office Roundabout • Running Horse Roundabout (Bracknell) • Shillingford Roundabout • Skimpedhill Roundabout • Twin Bridges Roundabout • Western Roundabout • Winnersh Interchange • Winterbrook Roundabouts|
Three Pigeons is junction 7 of the M40.
the junction after extension to Birmingham
Originally, the motorway junction was a three-quarter diamond, tying in with a temporary terminus that completed the diamond a bit to the west. When the motorway extended to Birmingham, the west-facing sliproad was closed at the top end, to avoid weaving.
|Birmingham, Banbury, Oxford, Cheltenham (A40)|
|Wheatley, Oxford, Birmingham (M40)|
|Stokenchurch, Postcombe, Tetsworth|
- Legislation - The M40 (London–Oxford) Motorway (Stokenchurch to Waterstock Crossroads Section) Scheme 1970, Variation Scheme 1992 - This Scheme varies the M40 (London–Oxford) Motorway (Stokenchurch to Waterstock Crossroads Section) Scheme 1970 by removing the reference to the road connecting the A329 (previously known as the B4013) with the northbound carriageway of the M40 Motorway at Junction 7. The effect of the variation is that this connecting road ceases to be a special road as from the date on which the Scheme comes into force, but remains a trunk road for maintenance of which the Secretary of State for Transport is responsible.