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B879 (Bute) :
The B879 is described in the 1922 Road Lists as Ballanlay - Kames Castle, making it a short road on the Isle of Bute. As such it was essentially a northwards extension of the B878 (which at that time ended further west than it does now), heading north along Ettrick Bay as far as the B877 at a point between St Colmac and
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