File:A9 Easter Ross + Dornoch bridge.jpg

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Description:From 1990, the construction of one of the last of the A9 upgrades with the rather twisty road north of Alness which was possibly realigned to provide a high quality route to Clashmore
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Road:A9, A949
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Galleries  | A9 | A949 | Dornoch Firth Bridge | Clashmore Junction

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current15:04, 18 May 2016Thumbnail for version as of 15:04, 18 May 20161,485 × 1,504 (623 KB)Duncan macknight (talk | contribs)From 1990, the construction of one of the last of the A9 upgrades with the rather twisty road north of Alness which was possibly realigned to provide a high quality route to Clashmore

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