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Re: M6 Jct 21A
by mikehindsonevans View the latest post
Thu Jan 20, 2022 22:41
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The B845 is split into three unconnected sections and on the map looks like rather a pointless road. However, the road was designed to be a through route, connected by ferries.
Leaving the A828 at Barcaldine, the road climbs through Gleann Salach, before dropping back to sea level on the shores of Loch Etive at Ardchattan. Here, we turn eastwards, passing through the small village of Bonawe to the Quarry beyond.
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