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Re: Ordinary streets once par…
by Osthagen View the latest post
Sat Sep 18, 2021 00:10
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B835 (Dunoon) :
The B835, as listed in the 1922 Road Lists originally ran from Dunoon to Sandbank along what is now the A885, with its southern end along Argyll Street, now one-way northbound. As such, the B835 formed a short cut for the A815 which took (and still takes) the longer route along the coast, past the ferry piers.
The road was upgraded to Class I status, becoming the
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