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Description:10 Longford bypass

Longford is graced with a single-carriageway bypass, which passes the town to the east. This means traffic for the N5 must travel through the town centre, which isn't ideal.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 26, 2006 by csd
Location:53.744326, -7.807520
Road:N4, N5
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Photographer:Csd
Source:Coppermine

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Galleries  | N4 | N5 | Longford | Bilingual signs | Warning Sign/Roundabout | Roundabout | Advance Direction Sign | County Longford








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current11:21, 11 June 2010Thumbnail for version as of 11:21, 11 June 2010982 × 481 (150 KB)Bob@romiley1 (talk | contribs)'''10 Longford bypass''' Longford is graced with a single-carriageway bypass, which passes the town to the east. This means traffic for the N5 must travel through the town centre, which isn't ideal. <small>''Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 26,

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