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Level crossing on the B874 - Geograph - 243144.jpg
Level crossing on the B874
Thurso in 1959 This page contains scans from a map that is believed may be out of copyright according to UK Crown Copyright, UK Copyright Law for other maps published in the United Kingdom, or Irish Government Copyright, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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Towards the bend - Geograph - 1254819.jpg
Towards the bend
Entering Halkirk - Geograph - 543125.jpg
Entering Halkirk
Approaching Lynegar Burn Farm - Geograph - 244011.jpg
Approaching Lynegar Burn Farm
Approaching Halkirk - Geograph - 243149.jpg
Approaching Halkirk
Hoy level crossing.jpg
Hoy level crossing
Hoy Level Crossing 2014.jpg
Hoy level crossing on the B874 and Far North Line
The B874 under snow, heading away from Wick
The B874 passing through a snowy Halkirk
Thurso on the A9 with the B874 on the left
B874 Junction in Halkirk.jpg
The B874 junction in Halkirk. The road goes from Thurso to Halkirk then Halkirk up to the A9.
B874 in Thurso at Ormlie.jpg
The B874 in Thurso which features the pedestrian pelican crossing.
Flag sign on B874.jpg
The flag sign on the B874 which shows Thurso on B874 and Reay (A836).
Flag directional sign.jpg
Flag directional sign on the B874 outside Thurso which shows the places plus A836.
A9 in Thurso with B874.jpg
The A9 in Thurso with the B874 on the junction. Even features Glens truck.
Thurso Traffic signals.jpg
Traffic signals in Thurso with added pelican crossing on the B874 outside the High School
Directional sign Thurso.jpg
Flag directional sign on Thurso with B874 to Halkirk and A9 to Scrabster.
Hoy level crossing on the B874.jpg
Hoy level crossing on the B874 on Saturday afternoon while going to halkirk. No train seen.


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