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Re: A6(NI) dualling to start
by Chris5156 View the latest post
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The A838 is a lengthy route, crossing the Highlands from Lairg to Laxford Bridge, from where it turns north and becomes the main west coast route to Durness. But this 56 mile epic adventure is not enough for the A838 as it then turns east and heads along the north coast to Tongue, where it terminates, after 83 miles, on the A836 a mere 38 miles north of where it started! The section of road from Lairg to Laxford Bridge was almost certainly laid out by Joseph Mitchell in
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