This article is about the Class III road numbered C353 maintained by DfI Roads. For other roads numbered C353, see C353.
The C353 is a little odd. It consists of two sections of road separated by a good 8km or so and at first glance one would think that the northern segment is simply a typo of the adjacent C363, however available Northern Ireland wide road listings consistently describe the segment as being part of the C353 so it is unlikely that this is the case. The southern segment starts on the north edge of Banbridge on the A26 and follows Seapatrick Road out of the town. The road runs as far as the C354 near Blackskull. Meanwhile the northern segment starts on the C360 near Moira and heads east to a T junction where it TOTSOs north over the M1 to end at another T junction head on with the ends of both the C363 and the C8.