|From: || Bridge of Avon (NJ176360) |
|To: || Cragganmore (NJ167366) |
|Distance: || 0.8 miles (1.3 km)|
|Meets: || A95, unclassified |
|Route outline (key)|
||Bridge of Avon - Cragganmore
The B9137 looking towards the A95
The B9137 is a pathetic little road in west Banffshire.
The road runs from a junction with the A95 just to the west of Bridge of Avon down to the Ballidalloch Distillery at Cragganmore. The road appears to terminate in the distillery car park, although in fact most of this is private estate roads, with the road actually terminating some way back at the small car park next to the former Ballindalloch railway station. Undoubtedly this station is the real reason why this route was classified sometime around 1930. The railway closed in 1965 and is now a footpath, although the station building still exists, making it surprising that the road has survived, almost unchanged.