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Re: Why are some Motorways nu…
by wrinkly View the latest post
Mon Oct 18, 2021 00:07
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B887 (Skye) :
In 1922, the A855 was only classified as a Branch to Portree Pier. The onward route north (which to be fair did turn off the A855 before the end of the road) was the B887, as far as Brogaig at Staffin at least, where it ended at a fork. From here an unclassified road continued north along the coast whilst another headed west towards Uig.
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