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A roads in Zone 8 of the Great Britain numbering scheme

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The numbering zones for A-roads in Great Britain
The numbering zones for A-roads in Great Britain

List of A roads in zone 8 in Great Britain starting north of the A8 and west of the A9 (roads beginning with 8).

Single- and double-digit roads

Road From To Notes
A8 Greenock Edinburgh 25-mile (40-kilometre) gap between Newbridge and Newhouse
A80 Glasgow Moodiesburn
A81 Glasgow Callander
A82 Glasgow Inverness
A83 Tarbet Campbeltown
A84 Stirling Lochearnhead
A85 Oban Dundee
A86 Spean Bridge Kingussie
A87 Invergarry Uig Originally ended in Kyle of Lochalsh; extended over part of the A850 and all of the A856 in 1995.
A88 Larbert Stenhousemuir Shortest two-digit road in the UK. Previously allocated to a road from Inverness to Scrabster; this became part of an extended A9 (the section north of LAtheron as now part of the A99) and the rest was renumbered the A882 (the section north of Georgemas is now part of the A9)
A89 Glasgow Newbridge

Triple-digit roads

Road From To Notes
A800 Bathgate Westfield
A801 East Whitburn Polmont
A802 Unused Ran from Buchanan Street in Glasgow to A8 (now Westmuir Street) in Parkhead (now George Street and Duke Street).
A803 Glasgow Champany, Falkirk
A804 Glasgow Dumbarton Mostly incorporated by A82 and A814. Previously allocated to Sauchiehall Street and Parliamentary Road (which is now destroyed) from Argyle Street (then the A814) to the A803; this was declassified when the M8 started construction, and the A804 was moved to its current route.
A805 Unused Ran from Argyle Street (then the A82) via Buchanan Street (now pedestrianised and the north section destroyed) to the A81; this became part of a rerouted A82 (the Argyle Street section of the A82 became part of the A814), and is now declassified.
A806 Kirkintilloch Stepps Created in 2010 as a renumbering and extension of the A8006. Previously allocated to a road from A81 north of Anniesland to Scotstoun; this is now the A739 and the unclassified Anniesland Road.
A807 Torrance Milngavie
A808 Bearsden Bearsden
A809 Bearsden A811 near Croftamie and Drymen
A810 Bearsden Duntocher
A811 Balloch Stirling Was swapped with the A813 when the A82 bypass was built.
A812 Dennystown Renton The original route was on Bank Street and Bridge Street in Alexandria from Main Street (then A82) to A811 (now A813); this became part of a rerouted A82 and the road was reassigned to the old route of the A82; the section from the A82 to Bridge Street became part of the B857 when the A82 was rerouted onto the bypass.
A813 Dumbarton Balloch Was swapped with the A811 when the A82 bypass was built, and also replaced the old route of the A82 (this section was originally also part of the A811) south of Bridge Street; formerly continued north to Balloch Road.
A814 Glasgow Arrochar Incorporates the Clydeside Expressway in Glasgow
A815 Cairndow Toward Is the main road through the Cowal peninsula, goes through Dunoon and down the Firth of Clyde coast to Toward Point.
A816 Lochgilphead Oban
A817 Loch Lomondside Garelochhead Created 1995; previously allocated to a road from Poltalloch Street to Bishopton Road in Lochgilphead (now A816; at the time, the A816 went along Bishopton Road, Oban Road, and Argyll Street).
A818 Arden Helensburgh Created in 2005; an older alignment went from the A83 in Campbelltown to the pier (now B842).
A819 Inveraray Lochawe
A820 Dunblane Doune
A821 Braeval Kilmahog
A822 Greenloaning Inver
A823 Rosyth Muthill
A824 Muirtown Aberuthven
A825 Corran Ardgour Corran Ferry; the roads on either side are part of the A861. Number assigned by Highland Council in 2014. Previously a road from Gourock to Gourock ferry terminal; this was renumbered to A771 when the A8 and A78 were rerouted in the area, creating the A770. Originally a road from A822 to A85 in Crieff; this became part of the A822 while the old route of the A822 east to the A85 was declassified and is now Lodge Street.
A826 Milton Aberfeldy
A827 Ballinluig Mid Lix
A828 Connel Ballachulish
A829 Unused Ran from Glen Coe via Kinochlemore to North Ballachulish; this became part of the A82, and is now the B863; one map shows a second one on the old route of the A82 from North Ballachulish south to the ferry (now the bridge), but this was most likely a misprint for the A828 extension (this section is now part of the A82)
A830 Fort William Mallaig
A831 Drumnadrochit Beauly Firth
A832 Cromarty A835 near Braemore
A833 Milton Balchraggan Previously allocated to a road from Muir of Ord to Cromarty (now A832).
A834 Dingwall Contin
A835 A9 and A832 near Tore Ledmore Primary route to Stornoway car ferry at Ullapool
A836 Tain John o' Groats
A837 Inveran Lochinver
A838 Lairg Tongue
A839 Near Golspie Rosehall
A840 Unused Ran from A882 (now A9) in Thurso to the Thurso railway station; this is now part of the B874
A841 Lochranza Largymore On the Isle of Arran. Until recently, it circled around the entire island, but now only the northern and eastern sections still exist (but there may still be signage up)
A842 Unused Ran from Brodick to Blackwaterfoot; this became the B880, while the western section became part of the A841, now unclassified.
A843 Unused Ran from Dippen to A842 (now B880) east of Blackwaterfoot; this became part of the A841, and is now unclassified.
A844 Rothesay
A845 Unused Ran from Rothesay to Ambrismore (now B881).
A846 Lussagiven Ardbeg, Islay
A847 Bridgend Portnahaven
A848 Mull Tobermory
A849 A848 at Salen Fionnphort
A850 Dunvegan Castle A87 Originally ended at Kyleakin.
A851 Armadale A87
A852 Unused Ran from A851 at Isleornsay to the pier (now unclassified); there was one sign still showing A852 until 2010.
A853 Unused Ran from Armadale to Ardvasar (now unclassified); there is still one sign showing A853.
A854 Unused Ran from Broadford to Corry Pier (now unclassified).
A855 Portree Uig
A856 Unused Ran from A850 in Borve to Uig (now A87).
A857 Stornoway, Isle of Lewis Port Nis, Isle of Lewis
A858 Stornoway, Isle of Lewis Barabhas, Isle of Lewis via Carloway
A859 Stornoway, Isle of Lewis Rodel, Isle of Harris Previously allocated to a road from Callanish to Barvas; this became part of the B896 (and is now part of the A858) at the same time the current A859 was created.
A860 Unused Ran via the Great Cumbrae Island Circle (now B896).
A861 A830 near Kinlocheil A830 at Lochailort direct route along A830 is 14 miles (23 kilometres), this road covers 70 miles (110 kilometres)
A862 Inverness Ardullie Previously allocated to a road from Inverness to Fort Augustus (now B862); the number was reused on the old route of the A9 when the A9 bypass was opened
A863 Dunvegan A87
A864 Unused Ran from A863 east of Lonmore north to A850, with a spur west to the A863 (now C1245); there is still at least one sign showing A864.
A865 North Uist Lochboisdale
A866 Stornoway, Isle of Lewis Portnaguran, Isle of Lewis
A867 Clachan na Luib Sruth Mor
A868 A859 just outside Tarbert, Isle of Harris Tarbert car ferry terminal, Isle of Harris
A869 Unused Ran from A870 (now B8086) west of Scalasaig to Garvard (now B8085).
A870 Unused Ran from Scalasaig to Kiloran (now B8086).
A871 Unused Ran from Scalasaig to Kiloran (now B8087).
A872 Falkirk Stirling Previously allocated to a road from Corran to Ardgour; this became a spur of the A861, while the actual ferry became the A825 in 2014.
A873 Nyadd Blairhoyle
A874 Unused Was a short road in Balloch along Carrocan road from Miller Road to Balloch Road (became part of the A811 and A813). Previously allocated to another road, but it is unknown where the original road with this number was.
A875 Baptiston near Killearn Kepculloch near Balfron
A876 Airth Kincardine Previously incorporated the Kincardine Bridge, but now incorporates the Clackmannanshire Bridge. Previously allocated to a road from Glasgow to Bowling (now part of the A82; the old route of the A82 east of Bowling is now part of the A814)
A877 Renfrew (A741 at Town Hall) Renfrew (A8)
A878 Old Kilpatrick Station Road
A879 Glasgow A807 near Bardowie
A880 A815 near Ardbeg Blairmore, Argyll
A881 Unused Ran from Broadford to Elgol (now B8083).
A882 Wick Georgemas Section north of Georgemas became part of the A9. Previously allocated to a road from Wick via John o' Groats to Thurso; this became part of the A9 (now A99) and A836, while the number was reused as a renumbering of the section of the A88 that did not become part of the A9.
A883 Falkirk Denny
A884 Achnalea Lochaline
A885 Sandbank Dunoon Known as the High Road, locally.
A886 Port Bannatyne Strachur
A887 Invermoriston Bun Loyne
A888 Barra
A889 Dalwhinnie Laggan
A890 Auchtertyre Achnasheen
A891 Strathblane Auchinreoch
A892 Unused Ran from A81 south of Callander to A821 (now Invertrossachs road).
A893 Ullapool: A835 junction Ullapool: Ferry terminal Ullapool's Shore Street, linking the A835 route from Inverness to the Stornoway ferry terminal
A894 Inchnadamph Laxford Bridge
A895 Unused Ran from Latheron to Georgemas (now A9).
A896 Strathcarron Kinlochewe Previously allocated to a road from A9 (now A99) in Wick to Wick Harbour via Union Street and Bank Row; this became part of the A882, and this section three years later was renumbered the A8002.
A897 Helmsdale Halladale Bridge
A898 Erskine Bridge Old Kilpatrick Previously allocated to another road, but it is unknown where the original road with this number was.
A899 Broxburn Livingston

Four-digit roads

Road From To Notes
A8000 Forth Road Bridge M9 Now known as the B800. Previously allocated to another road, but it is unknown where the original road with this number was.
A8001 Unused Ran along St. John's Square from A882 to A840 (now B874) in Thurso.
A8002 Unused Ran from A9 (now A99) in Wick to Wick Harbour via Union Street and Bank Row. This road was out of zone because it was in zone 9.
A8003 Ballochandrain Tighnabruaich
A8004 Bonnybridge Bonnybridge Formerly continued north via what is now the B905 to the A876.
A8005 Unused Ran from Bridge of Orchy to Forest Lodge (now C63/Old Military Road).
A8006 Unused Ran from A803 in Kirkintilloch to B757 and B8048. Extended and renumbered as A806 in 2010.
A8010 Airdrie Airdrie
A8011 Cumbernauld Cumbernauld
A8014 Clydebank Duntocher
A8015 Tarbert East Loch Pier
A8082 Inshes Tomnahurich Inverness Southern Distributor Road; upgrade of the former B8082.

See also

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