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Re: The Dutch influence on UK…
by Nwallace View the latest post
Sat Jul 31, 2021 01:02
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Ballinluig Junction :
Ballinluig Junction is where the A827 meets the A9 a few miles south of Pitlochry. As originally built, when the A9 was dualled, the junction was a simple at-grade turning from the A9, with a break in the central barrier. The most unusual thing was that the A827 actually crossed the A9 before the physical junction. However, in recent years the junction has been re-modelled to remove the central crossing.
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