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Re: Three way Give Way at Hea…
by B1040 View the latest post
Thu Jan 27, 2022 13:24
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The B9153 follows part of the former route of the A9 in east Inverness-shire, before that road was moved west on a new alignment in the 1970s.
We start in Kinveachy at what was the original western end of the A95. When the A9 bypass was built the A95 was extended to the south and we continue north, from a junction that was re-profiled around 2000 to give the A95 priority. Our road passes through
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