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Capital costs of Highways Eng…
by jackal View the latest post
Wed Dec 08, 2021 17:03
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The isle of Lismore lies down the middle of Loch Linnhe where it flows into the Firth of Lorne, between Appin and Morvern. Along with many of the other inner Hebrides, it has a population of somewhat under 200, and yet unlike those other isles Lismore has a classified road: the B8045. It is by no means the only road on the island – there are a number of spurs to the coastal settlements – but unusually it does not reach the island's only vehicular ferry port at
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