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C30 (Borders)

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C30
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Jedburgh (NT650196)
To:  Newhouses (NT692141)
Distance:  4.9 miles (7.9 km)
Meets:  A68, C32
Highway Authorities

Scottish Borders

Traditional Counties

Roxburghshire

Route outline (key)
C30 Jedburgh - Newhouses
This article is about the Class III road numbered C30 maintained by Scottish Borders Council.
For other roads numbered C30, see C30
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The C30 starts on the A68 just to the south of Jedburgh, and climbs steeply away from the Jed Water, albeit following the river as it heads south. Staying high on the hillside for most of the route, the C30 dips to cross a tributary at Mossburnford and then climbs higher onto Dolphinston Moor as it finally leaves the Jed Valley behind. Soon after, the route comes to an end at the crossroads above Newhouses.




C30 (Borders)
Other nearby roads
Jedburgh
A68 • A698 • A6090 • B6357 • B6358 • B6400 • C38 (Borders) • C40 (Borders) • C63 (Borders) • T86 (Britain)
Class III Roads maintained by Scottish Borders Council
C1 • C2 • C3 • C4 • C5 • C6 • C7 • C8 • C9 • C10 • C11 • C12 • C13 • C14 • C15 • C16 • C17 • C18 • C19 • C20
C21 • C22 • C23 • C24 • C25 • C26 • C27 • C28 • C29 • C30 • C31 • C32 • C33 • C34 • C35 • C36 • C37 • C38 • C39 • C40
C41 • C42 • C43 • C44 • C45 • C46 • C47 • C48 • C49 • C50 • C51 • C52 • C53 • C54 • C55 • C56 • C57 • C58 • C59 • C60
C61 • C62 • C63 • C64 • C65 • C66 • C67 • C68 • C69 • C70 • C71 • C72 • C73 • C74 • C75 • C76 • C77 • C78 • C79 • C80
C81 • C82 • C83 • C84 • C85 • C86 • C87 • C88 • C89 • C90 • C91 • C92 • C93 • C94 • C95 • C96 • C97 • C98 • C99 • C100
C101 • C102 • C103 • C104 • C105 • C106 • C107 • C108 • C109 • C110 • C111 • C112 • C113 • C114 • C115 • C116 • C117 • C118
C119 • C120 • C121 • C122 • C123 • C124 • C125 • C126 • C127 • C128 • C129 • C130 • C131 • C132 • C133 • C134 • C135


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