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Re: Motorways that pass throu…
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B814 (Clydebank - Faifley) :
The B814 was a short link road to the north of the Dunbartonshire town of Clydebank. It started on the A82 (now A814) to the west of the town centre and headed north for a couple of miles. It ran through Kilbowie and then crossed the Antonine Wall before ending on the A810 in Faifley.
Although still shown as a B road on the 1936
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