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Re: Ordinary streets once par…
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Sat Sep 18, 2021 07:44
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A833 (Black Isle) :
The original route of the A833 was from Muir of Ord eastwards to the tip of the Black Isle at Cromarty.
Starting on the A88 the road headed east. It briefly met the Beauly Firth before heading northeast across the Black Isle, meeting the Moray Firth at Avoch. The coast was followed to Fortrose then the road remained straight to
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