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by WHBM View the latest post
Sun May 16, 2021 11:19
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The A941 connects Lossiemouth on the Moray Firth coast with Rhynie in upland Aberdeenshire. The quickest route from one of these to the other is by the B9103, A96 and A97, but the A941 gives better scenery and several places of interest along the way. The 1922 list shows only the north half, from Lossiemouth to Craigellachie; by the 1930s it was extended but there was a slight variation near Rhynie. Until 1996 the section between Elgin and
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