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Re: Junctions that are Incomp…
by OliverH View the latest post
Tue Nov 30, 2021 21:15
|Have you seen....?|
Knoydart's Roads :
The main road on Knoydart is pretty special. It is certainly not your normal, run of the mill stretch of Tarmac that can be used by any Tom, Dick or Sabristi! And yet, it is a public highway on the UK Mainland. Confused? Let me explain.
The Old Forge Pub at Inverie on Knoydart is the UK's most remote mainland public house. It is in the UK's most remote mainland village - Inverie - with a population
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