M6 interchange and Cuerden footbridge, view north, 21 October 1996

M6 interchange and Cuerden footbridge, view north (see all photos of the same view)

The two sliproads in the foreground are now in service, with the road leading away to the left used as a diversion to reach the A6 while the rest of the interchange is built. In the distance, two huge embankments have been formed to carry sliproads between this roundabout and the one at the top of the picture.

Date
Direction of view
North
Structures visible

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

Structure 6a (Cuerden footbridge, M6)

Roads visible

M6 motorway

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