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A95 road

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Southwest end:  Near Aviemore
Length  100.7 km
North end:  Near Boyndie
A95 road
Primary destinations:  Aviemore, Grantown-on-Spey, Banff

The A95 road is a major road of north-east Scotland connecting the A9 road in the Highlands to the A98 road near the coast.


Map of A95, Aberlour AB38, UK


It leaves the A9 four miles north of Aviemore.

It then goes:

  • through Drumullie;
  • near to Dulnain Bridge – junction with A938 road;
  • through Craggan
  • near to Grantown-on-Spey – junctions with A939 road;
  • through Cromdale
  • through Mains of Dalvey;
  • over the Bridge of Avon;
  • through Aberlour;
  • through Craigellachie – junctions with A941 road;
  • through Maggieknockater, Mulben, Tauchers and Rosarie;
  • joins the A96 road west of Keith leaving it east of that town;
  • through Farmtown, Drumnagarroch, Glenbarry, Gordonstown and Cornhill
  • It ends with a junction with the A98 road between Portsoy and Banff.


    A95 road Wikipedia

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