The A77 Road :: Shared Description

The A77 is a major road which runs for 92 miles in a south westerly direction from the city of Glasgow, past the towns of Giffnock, Newton Mearns, Kilmarnock, Prestwick, Ayr, Maybole, Girvan and Stranraer to Portpatrick on the Irish Sea. It has full trunk road status from the terminus of the M77 motorway at Fenwick to the junction with the A75 in Stranraer.

The A77 is an important link from Glasgow to Prestwick Airport and the three main Northern Ireland ferry terminals at Stranraer, Cairnryan, and Troon. As a result, the road is subject to a busy mixture of commuter, tourist and heavy goods vehicle traffic which has necessitated upgrades to many sections.
by David Dixon
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8 images use this description:

NX0154 : A77 Eastbound by David Dixon
NX0765 : A77 South of Cairnryan by David Dixon
NX0863 : Southbound A77 near to Innermessan by David Dixon
NX0154 : Westbound A77 by David Dixon
NX0863 : A77 near Innermessan by David Dixon
NX0864 : A77 at Dalminoch Bridge by David Dixon
NX0154 : A77 towards Portpatrick by David Dixon
NX0054 : Layby near Portpatrick by David Dixon


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Created: Sun, 13 Jan 2019, Updated: Sun, 13 Jan 2019

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