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Re: M1 Junction numbers (at t…
by SouthWest Philip View the latest post
Tue May 17, 2022 15:52
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The A843 was the original number of the road around the south coast of the Isle of Arran. Starting as a continuation of the A841 at Dippen, it ran along the south coast through Kilmory and Sliddery, before it turned northwards up the west coast to meet the A842 to the east of Blackwaterfoot, with that road continuing into the village.
When the roads were originally
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