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Re: Cyclops junctions
by solocle View the latest post
Fri Oct 22, 2021 08:04
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The B875 is a short B-road on the Isle of Bute.
The route starts a mile west of Port Bannatyne at the point where the westbound A844 TOTSOs left. Quite why a dead end should have priority over the island's southern ring road at this junction is something of a mystery (although, see History, below), but it does, and the wide S2 B875 sets off from here on its almost direct course across the low neck of Bute
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