A91 road

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The A91 near Yetts o' Muckhart
Route information
Length 53.4 mi (85.9 km)
Major junctions
East end St Andrews
56°20′32″N 2°48′12″W / 56.3422°N 2.8034°W / 56.3422; -2.8034 (A91 road (eastern end))
West end Bannockburn
56°04′42″N 3°55′09″W / 56.0783°N 3.9192°W / 56.0783; -3.9192 (A91 road (western end))
Stirling, Kinross, St. Andrews
Road network

The A91 is a major road in Scotland, United Kingdom. It runs from St Andrews to Bannockburn, via Cupar. Along the way, the road runs adjacent to parts of the St. Andrews Old Course and Jubilee golf courses into Guardbridge. Past Guardbridge is Clayton Caravan Park. Further towards Cupar is the Eden Valley & Prestonhall Industrial Estates, home to such businesses as Cupar Garden Centre, Hoggs, Fishers Services and many others. Further down the A91 the road runs adjacent to the major A-road, the A92. The A91 connects four areas: Stirlingshire, Clackmannanshire, Perthshire and Fife and a section of it is broken up by the M90 motorway near Kinross only to re-emerge and continue bound for Stirling or St Andrews depending on your destination. At Bannockburn the A91 emerges from the M9/M80 Pirnhall junction and skirts the urban area around Stirling and en route to St Andrews passes through Clackmannanshire villages and towns including Alva and Dollar.

External links[edit]

Route map: Google

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