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Re: M49 - link to nowhere
by Chris5156 View the latest post
Sat Oct 23, 2021 14:12
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The A890 did not exist in the 1922, even though the road that would gain the number a few years later had been built a century before by Thomas Telford as part of his commission on Highland Roads & Bridges. Most of the route was initially numbered B855. However, that road carried straight ahead at the Strathcarron TOTSO into Lochcarron village then continued along the northern shore of the loch before descending to
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