The A968 (Shetland Islands) :: Shared Description

The A968 is the United Kingdom's northernmost A-road. It is 42 miles long and connects the islands of Yell and Unst to the Shetland Mainland. Travelling the length of the road involves two ferry crossings and the road is actually separated into three sections. The first 10 miles is from the A970 at Voe on the Shetland mainland to the ferry terminal at Toft. The next 17½ miles crosses the island of Yell, running between the ferry terminals at Ulsta and Gutcher. Finally, the road runs for a further 10 miles across Unst from the ferry terminal at Belmont to Haroldswick.
by David Dixon
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HP6208 : Bus Stop at Baltasound by David Dixon
HU5092 : A968 near Camb by David Dixon
HU4584 : Cattle Grid on the A968 by David Dixon
HU4690 : Sheep Grazing by the roadside on Yell by David Dixon
HP6309 : The A968 near Baltasound by David Dixon
HU4585 : Telegraph Wires alongside the A968 by David Dixon
HU5094 : A968, Cattle Grid near Basta by David Dixon
HU4580 : A968 near Ulsta by David Dixon
HU4589 : A968, Quam by David Dixon
HU5499 : Gutcher Ferry Terminal by David Dixon
HP5801 : A968 near Uyeasound by David Dixon
HP6007 : Cattle Grid on the A968 near Caldbeck by David Dixon
HU5093 : A968 Kirka Dale by David Dixon
HU4068 : Isles Road (A968) near Lower Sandgarth by David Dixon
HU4586 : A968 Northwards towards West Sandwick by David Dixon
HP5801 : Single House next to the A968 west of Uyeasound by David Dixon
HU4581 : Cattle Grid on the A968 near Freedom by David Dixon
HU5093 : Road Junction on the A968 near Camb by David Dixon
HU4472 : A968 Road Southbound by David Dixon
HP5904 : A698, Unst by David Dixon
HU4682 : House at Setter by David Dixon
HU5194 : Moorland above Basta by David Dixon
HU4373 : A968, Firth and Mossbank by David Dixon
HU4588 : West Sandwick, A698 by David Dixon
HU4585 : A968 between West Yell and West Sandwick by David Dixon

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Created: Sat, 29 Sep 2018, Updated: Fri, 12 Oct 2018

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