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Re: How does a town become a …
by Rob590 View the latest post
Fri Sep 24, 2021 10:19
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The A869 was a road at the southern end of the Isle of Colonsay. Whilst the road may appear at first glance to go from nowhere to nowhere, passing nothing along the way, it does have a 'hidden' importance. You see, the southern end of the ex-A869 was at Garvard, from where the road continues (tide-allowing) across The Strand to Oronsay, an island to
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