C110 (Northern Ireland)
|Location Map ( geo)|
|Via:||Belfast International Airport|
|Distance:||3.7 km (2.3 miles)|
|Meets:||A26, A26, C24|
|Former Number(s):||A26, B53|
|Route outline (key)|
The C110 is a road which has been split into two segments as a result of the development of Belfast International Airport. The road starts on the A26 to the east of the airport and passes through the small village of Killead. At the opposite end of the village a T junction is reached from which the road continues both ways. Turning left leads back to the A26 further south, while turning right the road makes a sharp turn to the south west and approaches the airport. The road only gets as far as the edge of the airport however, as a barrier prevents further access to the public. The private road through the site of the airport leads to another barrier on the southern edge of the airport from which the public road resumes. Just south of the barrier the road ends at a crossroads with the C24 north of Crumlin.
The development of the airport and changing security concerns have caused more renumbering of roads in this area than any other part of NI, in the late 1930s the eastern section of the C110 was the B53 and the southern section of the C110 was the A26.
|C110 (Northern Ireland)|