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Re: Pass Either Side
by jnty View the latest post
Sat Jan 22, 2022 01:14
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B862 (Black Isle) :
Prior to the extension to John o' Groats of the A9 in 1935, all roads north of Inverness were in the 8-zone. One such was the B862, which ran south-east from the then-A88 at Conon Bridge across the Black Isle. Originally the B862 ended on the A833 (now A832) in Tore but was quickly extended to Croftnacriech
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