|Location Map ( geo)|
|West side of Woodhall Roundabout, with the former A8 Glasgow Road in the foreground|
The Woodhall Roundabout lies to the east of Port Glasgow on the Clyde coast and spans the twin tracks of the Inverclyde Line railway. It connects the dual carriageway A8 to its former route which lay inland of the railway line as far west as Newark Roundabout at Port Glasgow. The new line of the A8 runs along the shore, partially on reclaimed land and also on a causeway section to bypass the narrower old Glasgow Road. The fourth arm of the junction gives access to Kelburn Park, Parklea sports pitches and Kelburn Business Park, although the latter is better served directly from the A8 (west bound only) due to a low bridge under the A8.
|Greenock, Port Glasgow|
|Glasgow, Paisley, (M8), Erskine Bridge (M898)|
|Kelburn Park, Parklea Stadium, Kelburn Business Park|