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Re: Roman Road routes
by M4Simon View the latest post
Sat Oct 23, 2021 10:35
|Have you seen....?|
The B879 is a short link road halfway down the Kintyre Peninsula.
The road starts at a Y-junction with the B842 in the western part of Carradale village, known as Bridgend, outside The Glen bar and restaurant. From here it heads east, mostly through woodland until it has passed Carradale House. A Gold- and Silversmith is unexpectedly advertised on the right just before the Village Hall and then we come
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