M6 interchange, view south, 12 December 1997

M6 interchange, view south (see all photos of the same view)

The M6 interchange is partly open to traffic at this point, though the M65 is still a few days away from its inauguration. This is because the new roundabout forms the link between the A6 roundabout, out of shot behind the camera, and the M6 in the distance.

Date
12 December 1997 (see all photos from this date)
Direction of view
South
Structures visible

Structure 4/4a/4c (M6 interchange bridges)

Roads visible

M6 motorway

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