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Re: Forgotten GB road numberi…
by JohnnyMo View the latest post
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The A877 is a very short A-road, following the mostly residential Renfrew High Street, while the A8 dips south along Glebe Street. The road is dual-carriageway throughout, and was originally numbered as the A8. At the western end, the A877 passes between shops as it enters the town centre and then terminates on the A741, which goes north to the pedestrian only [[Renfrew-Yoker
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