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Re: A1 Northumberland Dualling
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There were no classified roads on Great Cumbrae in the Firth of Clyde in the original 1922 classification. However, this was quickly remedied and the first new Class I number to be allocated, possibly as early as 1923, was the A860 for the island's 'ring road'. The road mostly ran along the shore of Great Cumbrae, almost always the
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