The A82 :: Shared Description

The A82 runs from Glasgow to Fort William and Inverness, passing along the shores of Loch Lomond and Loch Ness and in the shadow of Ben Nevis along the way. The majority of the route is a trunk road and hence managed by Transport Scotland, who view the road as a vitally important link through the Scottish Highlands and beyond.

At 167 miles, the road is the second longest A-road in Scotland (after the A9) and along its route uses pieces of road first built in the 1750s.
by David Dixon
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NN3212 : A82, Ardvorlich by David Dixon
NN1174 : Fort William, North Road (A82) by David Dixon
NN1157 : A82 approaching Glencoe by Richard Sutcliffe
NS3592 : A82, Approaching Luss by David Dixon
NN3627 : A82, Bridge at Ewich by David Dixon
NS4076 : Dumbarton/Loch Lomond Premier Inn by David Dixon
NH5735 : Layby on Southbound A82, Loch Ness by David Dixon
NN0263 : Northbound A82 by David Dixon
NS3881 : Stoneymollan Roundabout by David Dixon
NS3588 : Luss Estates Office, A82 by David Dixon
NN0261 : Northbound A82 at Onich by David Dixon
NH5735 : NOT a Layby on the Northbound A82 by David Dixon
NS3588 : Southbound A82 by David Dixon
NH6241 : A82 near Dochgarroch by David Dixon
NN3118 : A82 at Inverarnan by David Dixon
NN1174 : Emergency Ambulance on call by M J Richardson
NH5030 : War Memorial at Drumnadrochit by Malc McDonald
NN3230 : Tyndrum by David Dixon
NN3724 : A82 Towards Crianlarich by David Dixon
NN3213 : Pulpit Rock Improvement Works, Loch Lomond Shore by David Dixon
NN1275 : A82, Lochybridge by David Dixon
NS3585 : A82 towards The Scottish Highlands by David Dixon
NN0770 : A82, Welcome to Fort William by David Dixon
NN3104 : A82 Approaching Tarbet by David Dixon
NN3206 : A82, North of Inverhoulin by David Dixon

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Created: Sun, 27 Apr 2014, Updated: Sun, 27 Apr 2014

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