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Re: Old A12 (london road)
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Sun Dec 05, 2021 10:56
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B947 (Dunkeld - Coupar Angus) :
The road from Dunkeld along Strathtay and Strathmore to the north of Coupar Angus was originally built by Major Caulfeild in the 1750s as part of the Military Road network. A hundred and seventy years later, in 1922, it became the B947, but within a decade the route was upgraded to be an A road, the A984. With the exception of the Caputh bypass,
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