Riley Green interchange, view south east, 3 April 1995

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

The new line of the A675, on the left, is clearly seen here, replacing the original course of the road which will be dug up and returned to farmland. Towards the top of the picture, traffic is temporarily routed around a short section of the future large roundabout and onto a short temporary length of road that ties in to the A674.

Direction of view
South East
Structures visible

Structure 20/20a (Riley Green interchange bridges)

Roads visible

A674 Chorley Road

A675 Bolton Road

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