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Re: Can someone explain this …
by Micro The Maniac View the latest post
Mon Oct 18, 2021 11:17
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There are only three classified roads in North Harris: the A859, the diminutive A868, and the stunning B887. At about 13 miles long it is not the longest dead-end Scotland has to offer, but it is certainly one of the most beautiful.
The road commences at a junction with the A859 about three miles west of Tarbert, near to Ardhasaig (Aird Asaig). It quickly winds around the head of Loch
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