Riley Green interchange, view north east, 14 February 1997

Riley Green interchange, view north east (see all photos of the same view)

At Riley Green, a long length of retaining wall has been completed alongside the A675, at the right-hand side of the picture, to support the service road for the buildings alongside the roundabout. Between the two bridges, pipework can be seen poking out of the ground for the motorway's drainage system.

14 February 1997 (see all photos from this date)
Direction of view
North East
Structures visible

Structure 20/20a (Riley Green interchange bridges)

Roads visible

A674 Chorley Road

A675 Bolton Road

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