is adjacent to the ferry terminal, which is about a mile from the air-strip (below) where the road ends.
Of course there are occasions when agricultural machinery is conveyed from West Burrafirth, on Mainland Shetland, to work the island's extensive fields, but there is virtually no network of metalled roads to provide routes for cars. There are some spurs to crofts adding, perhaps, another mile. Can anyone propose a lower ratio of, say, 2:1 on another Scottish island?
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