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A987

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A987
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From:Crossroads (NT195880)
To:Aberdour (NT178850)
Length:1.8 miles (2.9 km)
Met: A907, A909, A92
Former Number(s):B924
Now part of:B9157
Traditional Counties

Fife

Route outline (key)
A987 Crossroads - Aberdour
The southern end of the B9157 (former A987)

The A987 was a short link road in south Fife.

The road started at the Bernard's Smithy junction in the hamlet of Crossroads, where it met the A907 (now B9157) and A909. The road headed west then southwest along the Queensferry passage with only one road junction en route at White Lodge. After going under the railway line the road ended on the A92 (now A921) west of Aberdour.

Unclassified in 1922, this stretch of road had become the B924 by 1932. It retained Class II status until at least the 1960s before gaining the A987 number. This survived until the 1980s renumberings in Fife when the road regained Class II status, becoming part of the B9157.



A987
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A987.pngRoad approaches roundabout on A921 (C) Russel Wills - Geograph - 3409643.jpg
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Defunct Itineries: A920 (Perth) • A920 (Banff) • A921 (Perth) • A921 (Fife) • A922 • A949 • A951 • A968 • A982


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