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Re: Lay-by’s with/without ‘P’…
by KeithW View the latest post
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The B8032 is a route in two sections, although it is doubtful that many people are aware of the classification of the eastern part, in Doune itself. This comprises the entire length of George Street from the A820 at the Town Cross through to the A84 at the Muir Hall. The majority of the road is one-way in this direction, with just a short section of two-way road at the A84 end allowing access to properties before the road narrows over an old bridge.
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