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Re: Slow News Day
by Chris Bertram View the latest post
Mon Jul 26, 2021 22:40
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C83 (Eilean Siar) :
The C83 is the Committee Road between Sollas and Paible in the west of Uibhist a Tuath (North Uist). It was apparently built in the early 1900s as unemployment relief and provides a shortcut between the coastal communities on the north and south side of the island and access to the peat bogs where local workers extract and dry turf for fuel.
The road starts on the coast just to the
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