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Re: A11 roundabouts towards N…
by Mapper89062 View the latest post
Thu May 19, 2022 18:17
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The A819 is approximately 14.5 miles long, and forms a connection between the A83 and A85 trunk roads. The road as it is today was constructed during the 1930s, partly following the course of an old military road, and as such it is lined with mile stones. In 1922 it followed the military road far more closely than does today's alignment.
At its southern end
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