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Re: N6 Galway bypass
by bothar View the latest post
Wed Dec 08, 2021 00:54
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A832/Strath Bran :
The A832 was originally a continuous route, and it was not until the A835 from Ullapool became the more important route that the A832 was broken. Nine miles were cut out of it, from Moy Bridge near Contin up to Gorstan the other side of Garve. From Gorstan to Achnasheen, most of the A832 has been upgraded to a very high standard, indeed many consider it to be too good, as it allows traffic to proceed in apparent safety at
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