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Re: botched road markings
by SouthWest Philip View the latest post
Thu Sep 19, 2019 20:19
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The modern B995 is the former route of the A92 into Newport-on-Tay, from where there was a ferry crossing to Dundee. Superseded in the mid 1960s by the opening of the Tay Road Bridge, the route is now a quiet road heading south out of Newport.
The route starts at a fairly new mini-roundabout junction with the B946 on the shorefront in Newport-on-Tay. In ferry days, this junction had been the meeting-point of
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