Perth and Kinross

A location on the western edge of Perth (Perth and Kinross), Broxden lies 2 miles (3 km) west southwest of the town centre and a mile (1.5 km) west of Cherrybank. Brox Den is a small wooded valley containing a burn. The farmstead of Broxden remains, while Broxden Wood lies a half-mile (1 km) to the south southwest. However Broxden is now better known as an important roundabout which forms the junction between the M90 motorway and the A9 trunk road, the most northerly junction in the British motorway network. The western section of the M90 terminates here, with the A9 having come from Stirling and proceeding north to Inverness and beyond. A fourth road (the A93 or Glasgow Road) leads into Perth. Also located here are the intercity bus station for Perth, a Park-and-Ride car park, a hotel and food outlets.

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