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Re: Largest settlement withou…
by trickstat View the latest post
Tue Jun 15, 2021 19:35
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The B9174 follows the former route of the A9 through Tain. The bypass was constructed sometime in the late 1970s / early 1980s and was certainly open by 1982. It was part of a long project to upgrade the A9 through Easter Ross, north of Inverness, culminating in the construction of the Dornoch Firth Bridge a few miles further north in 1991.
Starting at the northern end, we fork off the A9, briefly on a new alignment,
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