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Re: A55 Special Road: Was it …
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The A816 is approximately 36.5 miles long and forms an important connection on the west coast of Scotland between Lochgilphead on the A83 and Oban on the A85. Oban is the railhead and main ferry terminal for the Lorn and Mid Argyll areas, while Lochgilphead is now home to the council offices. The entire area is littered with Neolithic, Bronze-Age and Iron-Age monuments, and is one of the most interesting and least-known prehistoric sites in Europe.
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