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Thread: About "Calum's road"

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    About "Calum's road"

    For those of us who are not english speakers and leave far from the UK, what means "Calum's road", where is it located and what makes it so special for the bikers?

    Best whishes to all of you

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    Calums Road is a road on Raasay an Island that is part of Scotland.

    Calum McLeod was a crofter (a sort of farmer) who built a road from a place called Brochel to Arnish on his own (with some help from his Brother i believe).

    Here is the road on Google Street View : http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?client...,0.222988&z=13

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    Looks beauiful. Souns great!
    Thanks a lot

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