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A872 (Corran Ferry) :
Several editions of the Ten Mile Road Map from the 1930s and 1940s shows the road across the Corran Ferry on Loch Linnhe as the A872, being a short spur on the eastern side and barely more than a slipway on the western. Other maps show the road as a mix of unclassified, un-numbered A road, A82 spur and the modern situation of A861 spur. Assuming that the A87x numbers were used in sequence in
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