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Bogside Roundabout - Wishaw
Scotland

Aerial panorama of Bogside roundabout in Wishaw.

Bogside roundabout connects the A721 from Wishaw with the A73 between Newmains and Carluke.

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Copyright: Billy hepburn
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 30/12/2009
Updated: 08/09/2014
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Tags: bogside; wishaw; lanarkshire; scotland; a71; a73; roundabout; aerial; outdoors
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