Riley Green interchange, view north east, 16 October 1995

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

The shape of the new interchange can now be seen clearly, with one of the two bridge spans in place. The original roundabout has been partly torn up and replaced with a temporary mini-roundabout; at the bottom of the picture the A674 Chorley Road runs single-file under temporary signal control while its new course to the interchange is tied in to the existing road.

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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