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B864 (Struie Hill) :
In 1922, the B864 number was originally allocated to the road from Alness to the inner Dornoch Firth near Bonar Bridge, across Struie Hill, thus allowing a shorter, albeit much hillier, route than the main A88 which it met at both ends.
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