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Re: Why have Highways England…
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Fri Oct 22, 2021 20:01
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B9014 (Dufftown - Huntly) :
The original B9014 was an east-west road in East Scotland.
The road started on the B9013 (itself soon renumbered A941) east of Dufftown and headed east up Glen Fiddich, crossing the river on Bridge of Auchindoun. It then crossed over the hills into the valley of the River Deveron, which was crossed at Cairnford Bridge, and so into Huntly. It ended to the west of town on the original line of
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