B9176 road

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Coordinates: 57°45′53″N 4°15′56″W / 57.7647077°N 4.2655518°W / 57.7647077; -4.2655518

B9176
Struie Road
Route information
Length15 mi (24 km)
HistoryThe B9176 used to be the A9 road (Scotland) before the Dornoch Firth Bridge was built
Major junctions
South endSkiach
  A9
A836
North end4 miles south of Bonar Bridge
Location
CountiesRoss and Cromarty, Sutherland
Primary
destinations
Ardross, Alness, Bonar Bridge, Skiach, Strathy, Evanton
Road network

The B9176 also known as the "Struie" is a 15-mile-long (24 km) road from Alness to Bonar Bridge.[1][2] in the Scottish Highlands. This road is the main road from the north-west coast to Inverness despite the "B classification" This road also has a long history of being haunted at the Strathy Corner.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mitchell, N. (2016). The End to End Cycle Route. Cicerone Press. ISBN 978-1-78362-323-5. Retrieved 30 April 2016.
  2. ^ "Bonarbridge.co.uk | Property, events, news, jobs in Bonar-Bridge (Highland)". www.bonarbridge.co.uk. Retrieved 24 April 2016.