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by Glenn A View the latest post
Sat May 15, 2021 17:54
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The B818 is a a long B-road in south Stirlingshire, crossing the Campsie Fells by using the valleys of the River Carron in the East and the Endrick Water in the west.
It starts on the A872 on the western side of Denny. This section of the A872 is relatively new, forming a relief road for the town centre, and along with the M80 has caused the realignment of this section of the B818. Previously starting at the further end of Duke Street, the route crossed the Castlerankie
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