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Re: Cyclops junctions
by solocle View the latest post
Fri Oct 22, 2021 08:04
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B902 (Borrowstounness - Queensferry) :
The original B902 from 1922 was the main route west from the ferry port at Queensferry, this being four decades before the opening of the Forth Road Bridge. As such, it was an essential route for travellers from Fife to West Lothian, Falkirk, and arguably Glasgow with the first bridge over the Forth to be found in Stirling.
The eastern end of the road
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