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Re: Why are some Motorways nu…
by KeithW View the latest post
Sun Oct 17, 2021 20:39
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The A835 is just over 66 miles long, and is a primary route from Tore to Ullapool. It used to commence at the A832 junction at Gorstan just beyond Garve; the section between Maryburgh and Tore was previously the A834 (and before that the B9162). The road can be particularly busy before and after ferry crossings arrive at and depart from Ullapool, and sees a great deal of goods traffic travelling to and from the Western Isles.
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