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red routes, is there any info…
by forestgump View the latest post
Mon Oct 25, 2021 22:31
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A2 (Northern Ireland) :
The A2 follows the whole coast of Northern Ireland, visiting four of its six counties on the way. It is a route that varies enormously in character: from narrow, winding coastal road to major distributor connecting Belfast to its suburbs in Counties Antrim and Down.
[[File:Portaferry ferry - Flickr - 2653330083.jpg|thumb|left|The only single digit road in the United Kingdom to involve a ferry. Crossing Strangford Lough from Portaferry to
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