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B107 (Northern Ireland)

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B107
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Tempo (H442479)
To:  Fivemiletown (H365491)
Via:  Clabby
Distance:  5.6 miles (9 km)
Meets:  B80, A4
Traditional Counties

Fermanagh • Tyrone

Route outline (key)
B107 Temp - Fivemiletown
Clabby

The B107 is a fairly short road, mostly in eastern County Fermanagh. It was originally unclassified but gained its number by the mid-1920s.

The road starts at a TOTSO on the B80 to the northeast of Tempo and continues across the moors. The road is straight to begin with but shortly starts to wind and presently reaches Clabby and a mini-roundabout. The road to the left returns to the B80 just over a mile north of where we left it; this is the original route of the B107 but it had been moved onto the road we have just taken by 1930.

The B107 turns right at the mini-roundabout and heads southeast out of town. It follows a fairly straight road across undulating terrain before entering Fivemiletown along Clabby Road. The road ends on the A4 "loop" in the village centre.




B107 (Northern Ireland)
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