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M62 Motorway - History - Development After Opening
... Interchange and Simister Interchange (junctions 12 to 18) was renamed to the M60 ... Since then, two new junctions were opened—in December 2002, the previously missing junction 8 was opened to allow access to the A574 and the Omega Development Site, while in January 2006, junction ... The UK's first car-sharing lane on a motorway was opened at junction 26 in 2008, allowing any eastbound traffic from the M606 with more than one occupant to use the lane ...
Murrumbidgee River - Distances Along The River
... mi) Toogambie to Maude - 40 km (25 mi) Maude to Lachlan Junction - 71 km (44 mi) Lachlan Junction to Balranald - 137 km (85 mi) Balranald to Canally - 42 km (26 mi) Canally to Weimby, Murray Junction ...
Florida Midland Railway (defunct) - Stations
... Clifton (junction Sanford and Indian River Railroad) Longwood (junction South Florida Railroad) Palm Springs (junction Orange Belt Railway) Altamonte ...
Junction - Popular Culture
... Junction (Dune), a fictional planet in the Dune universe Final Fantasy VIII, a video game that has a Guardian Force junction or status junction Junction (manga), a manga (Japanese comic book or cartoon) by ...
Golani Junction
... Golani Junction (Hebrew צומת גולני‎), known as Maskana Junction in Arabic, is a key road junction in the Lower Galilee region of northern Israel ... The junction experiences frequent traffic congestion on weekends and holidays when many Israelis travel to the north of the country on vacation ...

Famous quotes containing the word junction:

    In order to get to East Russet you take the Vermont Central as far as Twitchell’s Falls and change there for Torpid River Junction, where a spur line takes you right into Gormley. At Gormley you are met by a buckboard which takes you back to Torpid River Junction again.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)