M6 Motorway :: Shared Description

The M6 motorway runs from junction 19 of the M1 at the Catthorpe Interchange, near Rugby to the Gretna junction (J45). Here it becomes the A74(M) which continues to Glasgow.
The M6 is the longest motorway in the United Kingdom (232 miles) and one of the busiest. It incorporates the first length of motorway opened in the UK (the Preston bypass in 1958) and forms part of a motorway "Backbone of Britain", running north-south between London and Glasgow via the industrial North of England. It is also part of the east-west route between the Midlands and the east coast ports.
by N Chadwick
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NY5618 : Edge Brow Bridge over the M6 by David Dixon
NY3366 : Northbound M6 towards Gretna by David Dixon
SD5995 : Northbound M6 by David Dixon
SP0989 : M6, Nechells by N Chadwick
SD5382 : M6 at junction 36 by N Chadwick
NY4739 : A wet day at Robinson House Bridge, M6 by N Chadwick
SD5275 : M6 south of Burton Services by N Chadwick
SJ7279 : Northbound M6, Sign Gantry at Junction 19 Exit by David Dixon
SJ9800 : M6 southbound by N Chadwick
SP1189 : M6 near Erdington by David Dixon
SP4780 : Bridge (B4112) Over the M6 by David Dixon
SP0495 : M6, overbridge J7 by N Chadwick
SP5179 : M6 Southbound, Junction 1 by David Dixon
SJ8929 : Northbound M6 near Whitgreave by David Dixon
SP2985 : M6, Corley Ash by David Dixon
SJ7753 : Northbound M6, Farm Access Bridge, Flash House by David Dixon
SD5172 : Borwick Lane Bridge, M6 by N Chadwick
SJ6981 : M6 Motorway by Peter McDermott
SD5687 : M6 Northbound by David Dixon
SJ8924 : M6, Doxey Marshes by N Chadwick
SD5068 : Bolton Lane Bridge, M6 by N Chadwick
SJ8537 : Access Bridge Over the M6 by David Dixon
SO9999 : M6, Junction 10 by N Chadwick
SJ7844 : Hungerford House Farm Bridge, M6 by N Chadwick
SJ7663 : Southbound M6 near Plumtree Farm by David Dixon

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Created: Wed, 5 Oct 2011, Updated: Thu, 6 Oct 2011

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