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by Bryn666 View the latest post
Fri May 07, 2021 00:36
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The B9168 is a short link road from Dornoch north to the A9. Originally classified as the B868 in 1922, it was renumbered, along with most of the other B86x roads, in 1935 when the A9 was extended northwards, pushing the road out of zone.
It is, however, an uneventful road, just 2 miles long and lightly trafficked, as many roads this far north are. Starting on the A9 at a
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