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Re: Why have Highways England…
by SteelCamel View the latest post
Fri Oct 22, 2021 20:01
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The A890 is a cross-country route in sparsely populated, mountainous terrain. For most of its length the A890 runs close to the famous Dingwall – Kyle of Lochalsh railway. Like many Highland roads, the A890 was entirely single track until the 1960s, but road improvements in recent years (along with improvements on the A832) have made it increasingly popular among locals as an alternative route between Inverness and the Isle of Skye, avoiding the tortuous A82 along Loch
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