Tour Scotland Video Drive Single Track Road Isle Of Skye Inner Hebrides
Tour Scotland video of part of a drive on a single track unclassified road on ancestry visit to Isle of Skye, Scotland. A single track road or one lane road is a road that permits two way travel but is not wide enough in most places to allow vehicles to pass one another, although sometimes two compact cars can pass. This kind of road is common in rural areas across the United Kingdom and elsewhere. The term is widely used in Scotland, particularly in the Highlands and Island, to describe such roads. The Isle of Skye lies off the west coast of the Scottish Highlands and is one of the largest Hebridean Islands. Since 1995 it has been connected to the mainland at Kyle of Lochalsh by the Skye Bridge.
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