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Re: London to Haworth
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The A882 is part of the main route between the two most northerly towns on the British Mainland. Wick, at the eastern end of the road, was once the busiest herring port in Europe, as well as being the original home of Caithness Glass, while Thurso is also a busy port, with ferries to Orkney from nearby Scrabster.
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