m6 shut jun 8

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  1. Shuggy68

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    m6 is shut jun 8 a bad smash southbound
     
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    Nothing reported now on Travel News - guess all clear

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    June 8th . . . Today is June the 3rd ?????????. :Eeek:

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    I think it is meant to read 'jun(ction) 8'
     
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    Yes, got me going that did until I worked it out. :Doh:
     
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  6. Shuggy68

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    jun-june ?

    its a drivers expression jun-instead of writing junction but there drivers and screw drivers eh doh:Doh:
     
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    I thought the abbreviation was 'jcn'
     
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    jun

    no bigfoot its jun if your a driver if your a screw driver well ull learn :Rofl1:
     
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    That's in English :Laughing:
     
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    Whats a screw driver?(sic) one of these?
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    screw driver

    shiftszz are u a tugger
     
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    Indeed I am not, why?

    ShiftZZ (one s two Z)
     
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    I am currently a 'Tugger' and spent many years in the transport industry driving everything from vans to 38 tonne artics. I also ended up as a distribution manager and was seconded to teach transport studies at the local college. I have never heard of that abbreviation. :Laughing:
     
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    The dyslexic trucker can't find a screwdriver every time he ends up with a drivers screw.
     

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    Surely a simple J is all that is needed to indicate a junction, or are you lot (or me) being too pedantic?
     
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    Driving up the dreaded M6 towards Coniston at bank holiday weekend I saw the dreaded words "queue after jct". So I guess that is how the highways agency view it. Makes sense to me..........
     
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