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Re: Green land-bridges
by Jim606 View the latest post
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The B8056 is one of the very picturesque dead-end coastal roads that are found in Wester Ross.
The road starts in the narrow Glen Kerry, near Kerrysdale south of Gairloch and heads east, immediately crossing an old stone-arch bridge over the River Kerry. For about a mile it winds across moorland, before dipping down and reaching the shore at Shieldaig. From here on, the sea is almost regularly in sight as the
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