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Re: Why the A303 will probabl…
by ajuk View the latest post
Fri Dec 03, 2021 01:11
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The B840 is a long B-road in Mid Argyll, following Loch Awe for much of its length.
The road starts at a junction with the A819 near the village of Cladich, and winds down the hill to cross the Cladich River in the village. Just across Cladich Bridge a no entry road continues ahead while the B840 turns sharp to the right. This one-way road is the other half of the former A819 route through the village,
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