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Re: Old signs 'illegal'
by Fenlander View the latest post
Fri Jan 21, 2022 14:18
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Dunoon, on the Firth of Clyde, is the second largest town in Argyll after Oban. Most traffic approaching Dunoon comes along the A815 from the north, alongside Holy Loch, or crosses the Clyde by the Gourock to Dunoon Ferry. To separate ferry traffic from through traffic to Dunoon, the A815 TOTSOs at Sandbank to allow the A885 to be a more direct inland route, whilst the A815 takes a
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