File:A9 - Helmsdale to Ord of Caithness phase 2 - Coppermine - 19882.png

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Description:A9 - Helmsdale to Ord of Caithness phase 2

GPS overlay of the most recent part of the A9 which is Phase 2 of the improvements bewtween Helmsdale and the Ord of Caithness. The road was offically opened in August 2008.

Note that the hairpin shown was bypassed by Phase 1 of the works several years ago but the map is slightly out of date. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 31, 2008 by Glen

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Location:58.129248, -3.629565
Road:A9
Date:13 08 2008
Photographer:Glen
Source:Coppermine

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current17:11, 5 April 2010Thumbnail for version as of 17:11, 5 April 20101,193 × 882 (539 KB)Rileyrob (talk | contribs)'''A9 - Helmsdale to Ord of Caithness phase 2''' GPS overlay of the most recent part of the A9 which is Phase 2 of the improvements bewtween Helmsdale and the Ord of Caithness. The road was offically opened in August 2008. Note that the hairpin shown

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