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Re: Unbypassed Towns?
by Alderpoint View the latest post
Sat Jan 22, 2022 20:36
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Bealach na Ba :
Bealach na Ba (Pass of the Cattle) is a mountain pass in Scotland. It is part of the C1087 and connects the A896, a main road across Wester Ross, to the village of Applecross, and is well-known for its challenging geography and hairpin bends.
The description "pass of the cattle" is a rough translation anyway. This road is a traditional drovers' route from the Western
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