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Re: Why are some Motorways nu…
by wrinkly View the latest post
Mon Oct 18, 2021 00:07
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B9019 (Buckie - Portknockie) :
The original B9019 was a coastal road in Banffshire.
The road started at an end-on junction with the A942 at Ianstown, east of Buckie. The exact spot is difficult to pick out - but it seems to be at the point where the straight road crosses a stream and bends to the left at the eastern end of the harbour area. The road then followed the coast via Findochty to Portknockie, where it took a roundabout
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