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Re: How does a town become a …
by KeithW View the latest post
Sat Sep 25, 2021 11:11
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The B993 is another of the lengthy Aberdeenshire B-roads that is now much longer than its original 1922 route.
Its current western end is on the B976 at Allancreich. The road heads east through a wood along a road and eventually reaches Potarch, where it crosses a narrow bridge over the River Dee and reaches a T-junction on the A93 immediately afterwards. There is a multiplex north alongside the river for over a mile before the B993 regains its number by turning right.
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