The Scotsman: Famous Bealach na Bà roadsign snapped up by Highland museum.

Those who have left stickers and graffiti on the sign that marks the start of the Bealach Na Bà road to Applecross have obscured essential safety advice on the sometimes perilous route to such an extent that it has had to be replaced.

The sign has now been acquired by Applecross Heritage Centre, which considers it as a “piece of history” which charts the swell of motorists now using the road after it was included in the North Coast 500 driving route.

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