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B852 (Glen Moriston) :
The B852 as listed in the 1922 Road Lists follows the route of the modern A887 and then the A87 to Cluanie. This road was originally built by Thomas Telford as one of his Highland Roads, in this case connecting the Isle of Skye to the Great Glen. The B852 number applied to the section from Invermoriston west to Cluanie, from where
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