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Re: Stonehenge - The bored tu…
by Phil View the latest post
Tue Aug 03, 2021 17:29
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The A900 plays a unique role in the numbering system: it forms the boundary between zones 1 and 9, and is thus the only multiple-digit road to form a complete boundary between numbering zones. It's about a mile and a half long, running from the centre of Edinburgh to the dockside at Leith. Most of the route goes along the street popularly called Leith Walk, although confusingly for much of this length the
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