The A509 (Northern Ireland) :: Shared Description

The A509 road in Northern Ireland is a single-carriageway primary route which runs for 17 miles through County Fermanagh, from the Irish border to the western outskirts of Enniskillen. The A509 is the continuation of the Irish Primary Route (N3/M3) Link which changes to the A509 when it crosses the border at the George Mitchell Bridge over the Woodford River. It forms part of a road corridor from Dublin to Ballyshannon via the N3 route in the Republic of Ireland and the A4 and A46 routes in Northern Ireland.
by David Dixon
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8 images use this description:

H2628 : Derrylin Road by David Dixon
H2338 : Bellanaleck, Derrylin Road by David Dixon
H2728 : A509, Derrylin Road by David Dixon
H2629 : A509, north of Derrylin by David Dixon
H3023 : HGV on the A509 by David Dixon
H3122 : A509, Belturbet Road, approaching the Teemore Crossroads by David Dixon
H3122 : Refuse Collector on the A509 near Teemore by David Dixon
H3023 : Belturbet Road (A509) by David Dixon


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Created: Sun, 14 Jan 2018, Updated: Sun, 14 Jan 2018

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