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Re: Cyclops junctions
by B1040 View the latest post
Thu Oct 21, 2021 21:41
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A862 (Inverness - Fort Augustus) :
Although the obvious route between Inverness and Fort Augustus is along the Great Glen, traffic has to pass on one side or the other of Loch Ness. The main road between the two towns has been the A82 route along the northwest shore, since Thomas Telford built it in the 1810s. However, there is another road in the hills to the south, which is older, having been built by General Wade as the first of the military Roads in the Highlands. Parts of this
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