back road

back′ road′

a little-used, often unpaved country road.
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The man, in his 30s, was declared dead when he was found on the Hogs Back road outside a property called Runfold Manor Studio at 3.30pm.
I saw one close to the Keir roundabout, black in colour and one on the back road to Callander, a mile outside Deanston.
People will bypass Marske and use the back road to go elsewhere thus affecting businesses at Marske.
A few members took themselves to the hills at the back of Lochwinnoch and Kilbirnie, completing around 40 miles, while the racing enthusiasts kick-started their weekly Saturday bunch with a fast cycle to Port Glasgow, followed by a few hills taking in the back road to Lochwinnoch and Howwood before the rain came on.
The back road from Tai'n Lon to the Glanrafon junction in Pontllyfni, south of Caernarfon, has been shut for safety reasons due to the unstable bank of the stream adjacent to the road.
Bottom line: Take the WRX STI to any narrow back road, and you'll have at least as much fun as you would in the 911.
ECO Nathan Doig was on patrol on a back road in the Town of Masonville when he saw heavy smoke from a distance.
My family was living in Hawarden throughout much of the 20th century and part of that time, we saw coal in bags on the back road of Mr Ricketts horse and cart.
Obviously the planners didn't look at this potential problem when the hospital was built and could they not open up the back road leading to the private hospital to help with the congestion at peak times?
The families of Kerry Canepotatoe and Melissa Rabbitskin are filing a lawsuit against the RCMP and the provincial government after the women found themselves stranded on a back road in April 2010.
We're moseying on a back road in Ohio, headed to a huge holiday celebration at Aunt Sue's house.