|Location Map ( geo)|
|Bridge of Allan|
|Junctions related to the B998|
Logie Kirk is the junction between the A91 and the B998 north east of Stirling. It has recently been rebuilt with a roundabout, rather than the simple T-junction that Sufficed for many years. The junction takes its name from the small church which lies 100m back along the B998 with a substantial graveyard stretching down to the road.
After running north-south along Stirlings eastern bypass, the A91 turns at this junction to head east across Clackmannanshire and Fife to St Andrews. The road always used to be primary, but now seems to mainly be non-primary since the Scottish Government aligned primary and trunk road status.
|St Andrews, Tay Bridge (A914)|
|Stirling University, Logie Kirk, Wallace Monument|