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C134 (Borders)

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C134
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Mart Street (NT504151)
To:  High Street (NT503148)
Via:  North Bridge Street
Distance:  0.3 miles (0.5 km)
Meets:  A698, C37, B6399
Former Number(s):  A7
Highway Authorities

Scottish Borders

Traditional Counties

Roxburghshire

Route outline (key)
C134 Link in Hawick
This article is about the Class III road numbered C134 maintained by Scottish Borders Council.
For other roads numbered C134, see C134
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The C134 is part of the former route of the A7 through Hawick. It starts at the south end of the Waverley Bridge over the River Teviot on the A698 and heads west along the short Duke Street to reach North Bridge Street. Here, it turns south onto the old A7 route and follows North Bridge Street down to the High Street, which is now part of the B6399.




C134 (Borders)
Other nearby roads
Hawick
A7 • A698 • A6088 • A7a • B711 • B6359 • B6399 • Borders Historic Route • C37 (Borders) • T26 (Britain)
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