|From: || Causewayhead (NS807954) |
|To: || Cambuskenneth (NS807939) |
|Via: || Ladysneuk Road|
|Distance: || 0.8 miles (1.3 km)|
|Meets: || A907 |
|Route outline (key)|
||Link at Cambuskenneth
|This article is about the Class III road numbered C96 maintained by Stirling Council.
For other roads numbered C96, see C96
The C96 is the road into Cambuskenneth, a small settlement set in a loop of the River Forth immediately to the east of Stirling, and connected to the city by a footbridge. The C96 starts on the A907 a little to the south east of Causewayhead Roundabout and heads generally south, crossing a level crossing, and then curving eastwards along the river bank, before returning to a southerly route. It passes through the village and comes to an end at the gates of the ruinous Cambuskenneth Abbey. The original start point was further east on the A907, with the road immediately crossing a level crossing, but was presumably changed to prevent queuing traffic affecting the main road.