It looks like you've found the second hidden page on Roads.org.uk.
It's a bit like turning off the motorway between junctions and finding there's actually something there. There are three, so if you haven't found the others yet you might want to start looking now.
What's here? This time, you clicked on an octopus, so let's visit the enormous octopus junction at M74 junction 6. These pictures were taken on a grim day from a moving car, so they aren't the best - but it's good enough for some hidden fun.
Heading north on the M74, let's dive off at junction 5 - a seemingle innocent access to the A723 - and see what's down there.
The end of the motorway and the start of the shockingly brief merge area. The rows of thin little stalks that the flyover is supported by over there are quite remarkable..
Are we on our way now? No, not at all. We cross this antique bridge and both forward lanes are marked out for a right turn to a B-road. Can this be right? A free-flowing motorway junction for this? Motherwell traffic wishing to remain on the A723 must exit to the left.
Off we go then. Ahead of us, the A723 has a full hard shoulder and passes beneath a forest of flyovers. We'll be going over one of those soon.
Which way now? Right again, I think. We pass under one of the footpaths that form a pedestrian maze through the junction.
Over a flyover, and a look to the left shows the A723 hasn't finished passing through the junction before it sees warnings of a roundabout. What on earth is the point of this junction being so enormously free-flowing?
A straight before a merge - are you seeing a pattern too? I must say I like the striped crash barriers.
Well, I hope you've enjoyed our short nautical visit to Scotland. But it's nice that you found it - why not let me know?