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Re: Highest house number with…
by jgharston View the latest post
Tue Dec 07, 2021 02:42
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The A840 was a short branch from Thurso town centre (specifically Sir John's Square, on the original route of the A88) down to the railway station along Princes Street. In 1922, the continuation of this road along Ormlie Road was unclassified but later in the 1920s it was numbered B874. Aside from the
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