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Re: Why are some Motorways nu…
by Glenn A View the latest post
Sun Oct 17, 2021 17:28
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A982 (Edinburgh) :
Telford Road in Edinburgh used to have a number all of its own, the A982. The road was opened on 4 January 1929, a wide road segregated from housing (this is no longer true) and cutting the corner between the A90 in Blackhall/Drylaw and the A902 at what is now Crewe Toll.
The "bypassed" section of Ferry Road remained A902 for
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