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Re: A55 Special Road: Was it …
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The B897 is a winding, single-track B-road on the Isle of Lewis. The road was originally unclassified but had gained its present number by 1932.
The road commences at the North Lochs Turn junction on the A859 a couple of miles to the south of Stornoway. It then heads south, dropping steadily across the Arnish Moor past its wind turbines, to reach the shore of Loch Orasaigh. After
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