|From: ||Bridge of Walls (HU259510)|
|To: ||Sandness (HU190571)|
|Length: ||6.8 miles (10.9 km)|
|Met: || A971, unclassified|
|Now part of: ||A971|
|Route outline (key)|
||Bridge of Walls - Sandness
|This article is about the original B9076 on Shetland Mainland, now part of the A971.
For the current B9076 on the same island, from Brae to Trondavoe Firth, see B9076
The original number of the coast-to-coast road on the west side of Shetland Mainland was B9076. It started on the A971 in Bridge of Walls and headed northwest passing through no further places of any size before it ended in the centre of the village of Sandness.
The road was renumbered as a spur of the A971 in the mid-1920s (and the classified road has been extended to the village's pier) and the B9076 number recycled for use elsewhere on the same island.