Nuclear Weapons Convoy – July 2016

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Warhead convoy on M74 near Abington

A convoy left Burghfield in the early hours of 7th July and headed up the west route via the M6 and then the  M74, passing Abington at 1.40pm . It continued on the M80 to Stirling for  4.30pm and arrived at Coulport at about 6pm.

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Convoy passing through Balloch 7 July 2016

It  left Coulport again on morning of the 11th July and then travelled through Stirling to the Edinburgh bypass where it turned off for lunch at Glencorse barracks.  It then returned to the bypass and took the A68 south eventually getting to Burghfield by 6am the next day.

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